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My Dears, this place is still under maintenance. Its historical meaning is linked to Italian pre World War Second years when bright men tried to develop Venice lagoons. Lido, as this island is named, is full of other interesting places, I suggest to visit, as...More
Ever wonder, "Which was is the Lido from here?" Well, this object is unique in profile and visible from afar. But that's the most it can offer.
It's a monument to absurdity and waste. There is nothing to visit that you'd want to see.
This building is quite a nice sight when you're on a walk, but don't hope to visit it on your tour - it's been closed to the public for some time and there was no sign it's opening any time soon. Still, very enjoyable from...More