Italy Travel – Venice – St Mark’s Square

Anyone who has been to Venice has been to St Mark’s Square but have you seen it from above?

St Mark’s Bell Tower

These are the views I had from the top of the Bell Tower. Totally awesome!

View of St Mark’s Square from above

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12 Responses to Italy Travel – Venice – St Mark’s Square

  1. These are great shots! I love taking panoramic views; they don’t always work, but these certainly do!!

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  2. Debra Kolkka says:

    Another tower for me to climb!

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  3. Hollin Scott says:

    Oh wow! How cool is that? These are fantastic!

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  4. Writing Jobs says:

    That was an excellent post today. Thanks so much for sharing it. I really enjoyed reading it very much. Have a great day!

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  5. friendlytm says:

    Nice pictures. Had been there but I didn’t have pix like yours. Thanks or sharing.

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  6. superphoenix says:

    Beautiful pics…:) absolutely stunning.

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  7. Nothing like a new point of view! Plus it puts a new perspective of the relationship between St. Mark’s Square and the Grand Canal. Great shots, Margie, thanks for sharing.

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  8. Fabulous shots, what an amazing sight and it gives you a better understanding of how all the different areas connect. I love Venice, thank you so much for letting me see it in a new way 🙂

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  9. aFrankAngle says:

    Love the pics. We cruised to Venice five years ago. Amazingly, the docks we full that day, so we docked by the sidewalk just passed St. Mark’s!

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  10. Thank you, all! How cool that would be to dock at St Mark’s. I don’t know how long cruise ships will even be allowed to dock in Venice, with all the protest about it from the locals.

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  11. Its a fab view from the top of the campanile isn’t it Margie! The view from the top of the campanile of San Giorgio Maggiore is even better according to my Venetian friends although I’ve not tried it yet!

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