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Venice floods: Watch tourists wade through knee-deep water
Rare summer flooding has left Venice’s St Mark’s square up to 1 metre deep in water.
The 7 best European canal cities that rival Venice
While Venice is famed for its canals, there are many cities in Europe which pride themselves on their waterways. Here's our guide.
Economic fears in Venice as cruise ship ban comes into force
There are concerns that the decision will further affect the city's economy after it was bruised by a drop in tourism due to the pandemic.
Venice avoids being placed on UNESCO’s heritage danger list
Italy's move earlier this month to ban large cruise ships from Venice's lagoon is thought to have been a key factor in UNESCO's decision.
Italy to ban cruise ships from Venice to prevent the city from sinking
The decision comes days before a UNESCO meeting which is proposing that Venice be added to the list of endangered heritage sites.
Which 7 UNESCO sites could soon be put on the ‘danger list’?
War, natural disasters, pollution and even poaching are threatening tourism hotspots all over the world.
Cruise ships restart in Venice; protesters decry their risks
The first cruise ship leaving Venice since the pandemic is set to depart on Saturday amid protests by activists demanding that the enormous ships be permanently rerouted.
Uzbekistan participates in Venice's Architecture Biennale for the first time
How will we live together? That is the main theme of the 2021 edition of the International Architecture Exhibition at the Venice Biennale. Uzbekistan, a first time participant, answers it with 'Mahalla: Urban Rural Living'.
Venice Architecture Biennale explores how will we live in the future
The pavilions on display aim to show how architecture can shape the way we live and face up to challenges including climate change, rising inequalities and access to healthcare.
This year's Venice Biennale asks "how will we live together?"
The international architecture show addresses political and religious polarization, the quest for space and human collaboration.
Cruise ships to be diverted away from Venice, says Italian government
Italy had already banned cruise ships from docking in St Mark's Square but has now diverted all to the city's industrial port in Marghera.
Did you know that quarantine was invented 600 years ago in Venice?
In the 15th century, Venetians found a unique way to deal with another devastating disease - the bubonic plague.
The Great Conjunction: The stars are about to literally align
To conclude what has been a truly extraordinary year, we’re about to witness the ‘great conjunction’ - a phenomenon which hasn't been seen in 800 years.
This week in pictures: floods in Venice, negotiations in Brussels
The key stories of the week have been captured by photographers around the world.
Venice flooded after dyke-on-demand system not triggered
The system, while still in an experimental phase, is activated when high tides are predicted to reach at least 1.3 metres
Empty canals and idle gondoliers: COVID-19 hits hard in Venice
Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdowns have hit Venice hard: its 150 canals, so admired by tourists, are empty.
Venetian flood barriers deployed for first time against tide
Controversial and long-delayed underwater barriers to protect Venice from its notorious high tides were being deployed for the first time Saturday, against a forecast 130-centimetre flood.
How a new EU project is helping cities plan ahead for sea storms
In this episode of Smart Regions, Euronews explores how a new EU project is helping to safeguard cities from floods.
Hundreds flock to Venice's 'Regata Storica' despite COVID restrictions
The traditional gondola race along the Grand Canal re-enacts the colourful past of the Venetian Republic.
Extinction Rebellion take to the seas to protest cruise ship pollution
The ship has been pumping out tonnes of pollution in a harbour in Cornwall, UK according to local residents.
Venice tests system of 78 inflatable flood barriers
The inflatable barriers are supposed to protect the city from tides as high as three metres.
Coronavirus: Tourists back in Venice for Doge's Palace reopening
Souvenir shops and restaurants have largely reopened and the tourists are back on the gondolas, but authorities call for a more sustainable tourism model.
Venice's gondolas are back after Italy relaxes COVID-19 restrictions
Boatmen wear masks and surgical gloves, while seats are spaced out in the boats to adhere to social distancing rules.
Venice considers a new tourism model after COVID-19 lockdown
The Italian city of Venice is considering adopting a new model of tourism after coronavirus quarantine emptied its streets and waterways
Venice canals empty amid virus lockdown
Canals in Venice were almost empty on Monday morning as Italy's fight against the coronavirus pandemic continues.
Tourist honeypots Venice and Lisbon deserted amid coronavirus lockdown
It will likely leave those reliant on tourism in a sticky situation.