The St. Mark's Tower is the bell tower of St. Mark's Basilica in Venice. Its height is 98.6 meters, making it the tallest building in the city. Originally, its spire served as a lighthouse for the ships.
St. Mark's Basilica was the central state sanctuary of the Republic of Venice until its end in 1797 and since 1807 has been the cathedral of the Patriarch of Venice
The Doge's Palace Venice was the seat of the Doge and the organs of government and justice of the Republic of Venice since the 9th century
The Rialto Bridge in Venice is one of the most famous structures of the city. The bridge crosses the Grand Canal and has a length of 48 m, a width of 22 m and a clearance of 7.50 m
The Scuola Grande di San Rocco is the best preserved of the six great scuole (confraternities) of Venice. It is famous for its extensive and valuable furnishings of over 60 paintings from the 15th century.