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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Tourist with a solar panel around his neck to recharge cell phones, cameras, any useful device for a wonderful holiday, in Venice, Italy, on June 29, 2020. Photo by IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - Venice 27/06/2020 A gondola in bloom in Piazza San Marco for the revival of flower nursery The initiative is of Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy A gondola in bloom has arrived today in Piazza San Marco in Venice, as a symbol of the restart of the horticultural sector which also in Veneto suffered heavy losses in the lockdown period. The initiative is from Coldiretti, Affi (Association of Italian floriculturists and florists) and Federfiorpromossa, who have promoted various events throughout Italy. At the regional level, Piazza San Marco was chosen to launch the SOS nurseries affected by the coronavirus emergency. The setting up of a gondola 'giardin?? is the symbolic call for a restart for nurserymen and flower growers. Thanks to the collaboration with the flower designers, from north to south of the Peninsula, statues, palaces, steps with gerberas, daisies, peonies, roses and green plants will be decorated for 24 hours under the slogan "Let's start with a flower" start-up of entrepreneurs. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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EN_01434884_0028
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
EN_01434884_0029
EN_01434884_0029
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
EN_01434884_0030
EN_01434884_0030
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
EN_01434884_0031
EN_01434884_0031
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
EN_01434884_0032
EN_01434884_0032
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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EN_01434884_0033
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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EN_01434884_0034
6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
EN_01434884_0036
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
*** NO SALES UK AND ITALY***
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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6/27/2020 - 06/27/2020 Venice: umbrellas in Piazza San Marco to guarantee the distance Anti-crisis move of historic cafes. The managers assure: they will be the least impactful. But there is no lack of controversy. In San Marco square in Venice the first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus. The first covers were set up in front of the Caff?? Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. (Photo by IPA/Sipa USA)
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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The first umbrellas were mounted that will cover the spaces in front of the premises, enlarged to facilitate the safe arrangement of the tables according to the safety rules on coronavirus, at San Marco square in Venice, Italy, on June 27, 2020. The first covers were set up in front of the Caffc Florian. Then the workers' teams moved on to Quadri, Lavena and will conclude at the Aurora and Chioggia cafes, in front of Palazzo Ducale. The artifacts are all the same, with a square plan and the same ivory white color as the "lunettes" that cover the arches of the Procuratie. The design, agreed with the Traders Association of Piazza San Marco, is inspired by the canvases depicted in the paintings by Canaletto dedicated to the Marcian area. The umbrellas will remain until October 31, a grant from the Superintendency, which in the past had refused similar proposals, to facilitate the cafes that are trying to recover from closure. Photo by MBtarget / IPA/ABACAPRESS.COM
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Dimitrios Nicolaidis steers his eleven meter long Venetian gondola over the river Main in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, June 25, 2020. The leisure captain has invested around 27,000 euros in the red "Gondola Rossa", which was manufactured by a gondola builder in Venice, and now offers his services on special occasions such as weddings(AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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Dimitrios Nicolaidis steers his eleven meter long Venetian gondola over the river Main in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, June 25, 2020. The leisure captain has invested around 27,000 euros in the red "Gondola Rossa", which was manufactured by a gondola builder in Venice, and now offers his services on special occasions such as weddings(AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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A dog stands on a dock as Dimitrios Nicolaidis passes by with his Venetian gondola in Frankfurt, Germany, Thursday, June 25, 2020. The leisure captain has invested around 27,000 euros in the red "Gondola Rossa", which was manufactured by a gondola builder in Venice, and now offers his services on special occasions such as weddings(AP Photo/Michael Probst)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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The US ambassador in Italy Lewis Eisenberg greets the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (Photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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The major of Venice mr. Luigi Brugnaro involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venezia, Italy on June 21, 2020. (Photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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The US ambassador in Italy Lewis Eisenberg greets the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (Photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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The major of Venice mr. Luigi Brugnaro involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venezia, Italy on June 21, 2020. (Photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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The US ambassador in Italy Lewis Eisenberg greets the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (Photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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An overview of the rowers involved in the rowing marathon. Vogada for the rebirth of the city after the coronavirus, organized by the Venetian Panathlon Club in Venice, Italy on June 21, 2020. (photo by LaPresse/Anteo Marinoni/Sipa USA)
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Pedestrians walk through San Marco Square in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Local Police officers wearing protective face masks patrols San Marco Square in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists wait to take a gondola ride in San Marco Square in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Gondolas Floating in San Marco Basin in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Gondolas navigate in the San Marco Basin in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Waiters at Cafe Florian wearing protective face masks as they work in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: A waiter at Cafe Florian wearing a protective face mask as he serves clients in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: A waiter at Cafe Florian wearing a protective face mask as he serves clients in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Waiters at Cafe Florian wearing protective face masks as they work in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Waiters at Cafe Florian wearing protective face masks as they work in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: A gondolier cleans his gondola in Orseolo Basin in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists enjoying a gondola's ride in the San Marco neighborhood in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists enjoying a gondola's ride in the San Marco neighborhood in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists enjoying a gondola's ride in the Cannaregio neighborhood in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists enjoying a gondola's ride in the Rialto neighborhood in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists enjoying a gondola's ride in the Rialto neighborhood in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Tourists wearing protective face masks take pictures in San Marco Square in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020.Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: A visitor walks on the terrace of the Basilica of San Marco in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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VENICE, ITALY - JUNE 13: Waiters wearing protective face masks work on the patio facing San Marco Square in Venice, Italy, on JUNE 13, 2020. Italy has eased the lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection. Federico Vespignani / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM
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A waiter serves customers on June 12, 2020 at the terrace of the 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Waiters carry a sofa on June 12, 2020 outside 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Waiters carry a sofa on June 12, 2020 outside 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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A waiter talks with customers on June 12, 2020 at the 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Employees wait for customers on June 12, 2020 at the 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Customers go in and out 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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A customer takes a selfie photo on June 12, 2020 at the 18th Century Cafe Florian on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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An employee takes off wooden shutters from the facade of 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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An employee takes off wooden shutters from the facade of 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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A view shows bartenders and employees at 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Customers enjoy a drink on the terrace of 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 on St. Mark's Square in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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An employee sets chairs in the 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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Waiyers work at the 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)
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A bartender works at the 18th Century Cafe Florian on June 12, 2020 in Venice, which reopens after being closed for three months during the country's lockdown aimed at curbing the spread of the COVID-19 infection, caused by the novel coronavirus. (Photo by ANDREA PATTARO / AFP)

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