Northeastern Italian megacity of Venice serves as the region of Veneto’s executive center. It’s positioned on a collection of 117 little islets that are connected by islands and divided by conduits. Between the Po and Piave River mouths, along the props of the marshy Venetian Lagoon, are where they’re positioned. Venice has numerous areas that are well- known for the beauty of their surroundings, armature, and artwork. A portion of the megacity and the lagoon are both recognized as World Heritage spots.  Around,000 people live in the major megacity of Venice,000 in Terraferma (the landmass), primarily in the sizable frazioni (roughly original to” flocks” or” wards” in other countries) of Mestre and Marghera, and,000 on other islets in the lagoon. The population estimate for the Comune of Venezia is,098 people in 2009. The megacity is a part of the Padua- Treviso- Venice Metropolitan Area(PATREVE), which has a total population of along with Padua and Treviso. PATREVE is simply a statistical megalopolis with no degree of independence.  The Veneti people, who were in the area by the 10th century BC, are the source of the name. Historically, the megacity served as the Republic of Venice’s capital. Venice has been referred to as La Dominante, Serenissima, Queen of the Adriatic, City of Water, City of Masks, City of Islands, The Floating City, and City of Conduits, among other names. The Republic of Venice was a major maritime force in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It served as a staging area for the drives and the Battle of Lepanto and was a major hub for trade, especially in silk, grain, and spices, from the 13th century to 17th century. Due to this, Venice enjoyed substance for the utmost of its history. It’s also well- known for having given rise to several significant cultural movements, particularly the Renaissance. Following the Napoleonic Wars and the Congress of Vienna, the Republic was adjoined by the Austrian Empire until, in 1866, a vote passed as a result of the Third Italian War of Independence, when it came a part of the Kingdom of Italy. Antonio Vivaldi was born in Venice, which has been significant in the history of euphonic and melodramatic music.

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