The historic center of Venice includes 121 islands which are connected to the mainland thanks to 435 bridges.
There are several bridges in the city: along the Grand Canal (including the world-famous Rialto Bridge), in Cannaregio, in San Marco (such as the Bridge of Sighs), in Giudecca, in Murano, Burano and Torcello. All of these bridges are made with wood, iron or stone and some of them are private property, so they can’t be visited. Moreover, because of their historic, artistic and architectural importance, they really deserve a little tour.
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