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St. Mark's Basilica -- built in the eleventh century.
Piazza San Marcos (St. Mark's Plazza) is the largest plaza in
Venice -- it has the government houses on three sides and the
Basilica and the Doge's Palace on the fourth. Across from the
Doge's palace and the basilica is the clock tower that was
built in 1496.
The Rialto Bridge is one of three bridges across the grand canal,
and it is about halfway between the train station and Piazza San
Marco's. The structures on the bridge are little shops.
San Giorgio Maggiore is a small island in the Venice lagoon.
Bridge of Sighs connects the Doge's palace with the prison --
essentially a one-way trip.