Smallest island in Venice

Tiny island in Venice, November 2017

This tiny triangular island sits between Rio de la Tetta and Rio di San Giovanni Laterano, and is the smallest in central Venice. You get a great view of it from Ponte dei Conzafelzi (and it’s close to my favourite bookshop, Acqua Alta)

 


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 23 May 2019

Posted as part of Cee’s B&W

10 thoughts on “Smallest island in Venice

  1. wow – looks like a cool place – and the first picture has that nice artsy circle
    and the boats always help timestamp a photo – not always – but many times help

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  2. Reminds me of some of the ‘islands’ (land based, but bordered by streets and avenues on all sides, in Manhattan. Like the Iron building on 23rd street, where Broadway and 5th Ave cross. 🙂
    This particular building looks a bit sodden and a bit desperate around the gills … with the bottom floor ‘windows’ already full sealed and the floor above it boarded up … Sad and quirky and probably ‘landmarked’ (funny thing to say about anything in Venice! …)

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