Venice - constantly renovated. Part Two.

Talking about renovation…

Palazzo Ducale (The Doge's Palace) - scaffolding, Venice, Italy

Take Saint Mark’s Square. You go there certain you will fully encompass the beauty of the Piazza this time.

Pavement around Campanile renovated, Venice, Italy

Nothing further from the truth! One-fourth of the pavement is being changed and the view that used to be so marvellous is now completely spoiled by some hideous fence they put to preserve the site.

Renovation around Campanile at Saint Mark's Square, Venice, Italy

Not to mention Basilica San Marco…

Basilica San Marco renovated and horses, Venice, Italy

Bronze horses on Basilica San Marco facade renovated, Venice, Italy

Basilica San Marco renovated, Venice, Italy

Never so far has there been such a time you could admire everything in Venice at the same time without the threat that some building or place would be undergoing renovation just when you want to visit it.

Torre dell'a Orologio (Clock tower) renovated, Venice, Italy

Palazzo Ducale (The Doge's Palace) and Basilica San Marco renovated, Venice, Italy

Palazzo Trevisan renovated and view on Ponte dei Sospiri (Bridge of Sighs), Venice, Italy

So is there any solution, you might ask. Yes, there is. You have to be very persistent and simply visit Venice from time to time. You know, rinse and repeat, as they say.

Scala del Bovolo renovated, Venice, Italy

And then, after some time, I’m sure you’ll have seen everything just as you’ve always wanted to see it.

Burano campanile renovated, Venice, Italy