Venice, a UNESCO heritage since 1987, is a work of art without equal that represents a masterpiece of human creative genius. The city is built on 118 islands and seems to float on the lagoon waters giving shape to an unforgettable landscape whose imponderable beauty has inspired Cataletto, Guardi, Turner and many other painters. The Venice Lagoon also has one of the largest concentrations of masterpieces in the world: from the cathedral of Torcello to the Church of Santa Maria della Salute, all the centuries of an extraordinary Golden Age are represented by monuments of exceptional beauty: San Marco, Palazzo Ducale , San Zanipolo and the School of San Marco, the Frari and the School of San Rocco, San Giorgio Maggiore and so on. The influence of Venice on the development of architecture and monumental arts is remarkable: first through the "foundations" or commercial airports of the Serenissima Republic located along the Dalmatian coast, in Asia Minor and in Egypt, in the Ionian islands, in the Peloponnese, in Crete and in Cyprus, where the monuments were clearly built on the basis of the Venetian models.
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