Photographer's Note

Piazzetta di San Marco is located between the Doge's Palace and the Library in Venice. It is known for the two columns located there that pay homage to two of Venice's patrons - St. Mark and St. Teodoro of Amasea. The columns have long served as the official gateway to the city. Until the mid 18th century, the piazetta was also an area were criminals were executed. Source:

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Additional Photos by Gosia Siudzinska (siudzi) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2782 W: 23 N: 4581] (34141)
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