In front of the St Mark’s basilica in Venice
St Mark’s basilica (Basilica di San Marco), often seen as the living testimony of Venice’s links with Byzantium; Doge’s Palace, once Venice’s political and judicial hub; and Torre dell’Orologio, a clock tower built between 1496 and 1506, that are, not just the square’s, but some of the city’s main attractions.
Me and my brother had moments of contemplation as we laid down on the docs of venice. The city has so much history you cannot help but feel its influence.
Do not be suprised if someone touches your shoulder and when you turn around there is no one there.
Cimitero, San Michele. The graveyeard Island outside of Venice.
Venice is a special city, and so it the cemetery. This island is only a cemetery. It also is worth to mention that I was almost stranded on this Island of death for the night as we lost the last boat.