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  • Mandii Kaiser

    Venice, Italy - one of the most beautiful places ever

  • Mandy Teerlink

    It's on my bucket list. Venice, Italy

  • Kay Hartman

    ✯ Venice, Italy .. One of the most popular cities in Italy, Venice is known primarily for its canals, which provide both romantic and commuter travel within the city. There are, however, many other reasons why a visit to Venice is a must, notably some amazing feats of architecture.✯

  • Veronica Perez

    On my bucket list of travel!

  • Morgan Beard

    Venice, Italy my dream destination.

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