Venice

Venice Canal

As a UNESCO recognized living museum Venice is undoubtedly one of the most unique places in Europe and the planet for that matter. The 118 islands and 177 canals of the city state helped shape this seafaring nation eventually becoming a trading giant who’s reach and influence was felt far and wide. This treasured northern city stands once again at a crossroads based on challenges we face with climate change and overpopulation to name but two as we explore this at risk city for the ages. Find out more:
https://en.venezia.net/venice-tourist-information.html

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November 25, 2024

Italy’s Past and a Journey of Discovery Towards Modern Democratic Europe (Start Dates 2024: Nov 25)

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December 1, 2024

Venice: Exploring Cultural Heritage and Sustainability for Primary and Secondary Educators (Start Dates 2024: Dec 01)

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Venice

As a UNESCO recognized living museum Venice is undoubtedly one of the most unique places in Europe and the planet for that matter. The 118 islands and 177 canals of the city state helped shape this seafaring nation eventually becoming a trading giant who’s reach and influence was felt far and wide. This treasured northern city stands once again at a crossroads based on challenges we face with climate change and overpopulation to name but two as we explore this at risk city for the ages. Find out more:
https://en.venezia.net/venice-tourist-information.html