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Has Venice Become Too Popular For Its Own Good?

by Wallace Immen in Carnival Cruise Line

The breathtaking beauty of Venice is both a blessing and its curse. No other place on Earth  has matched the feat of keeping its shape since the high Renaissance. It’s evaded not only urban renewal and the invasion of modern architecture but the global bane …

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