Sea and lagoon

Venice would not be Venice without water, the natural element that distinguishes it and makes it so unique. Although it might sometimes seem dangerous for the city, water should also be considered for its richness and can become a great partner in imagining the future development of the city. Fresh water flows through the canals of Venice, embroidering a network in the shape of a fish. This is how Venice looks from above, a geography that inevitably leads to the sea, not far away, with its salt water. The fortune of the Serenissima was precisely its dominion over the sea, over the Adriatic and the Mediterranean, to go even further afield, opening up to other civilisations. Venice Original's handcrafted objects cannot but pay homage to water, the sea and the delicate balance of the Venetian lagoon.    
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