Murano 1/13 by Tripoto
Sindhu Chandra
Murano:Murano is a series of islands linked by bridges in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. It lies about 1.5 kilo meters north of Venice and measures about 1.5 km across with a population of just over 5,000. It is famous for its glass making.
Kristoffer
Dubbed the "Glass Island" (or "fornaci") Murano's signature attraction offers visitors a unique window into the fine art of glassblowing. The amount of detail provided to some of the sculptures were outstanding. If you wish to see the final work and maybe take home a souvenir, the glass factory offers a wide array of colorful and finely crafted art work. Beside the glass factory Murano also offers other sightseeing attractions such as the Basilica dei Santa Maria e San Donato with its 12th century mosaic floor made of porphyry, serpentine and other precious marbles and stones that form geometric pattern and figurative images... simply amazing detail!
Tommy May
Even in the farthest corner of the Venetian lagoon, you can get a taxi. But this is the most luxurious Venetian means of transport, as they course costs roughly around 100 euros. Particularly interesting and convenient it can be traveling the route from the airport is the hotel as we then get off right at the hotel. Taxis are actually small luxury yachts, very spacious on the inside, Which can accommodate up to 10 passengers. Carrier is a Venezia Taxi service is available 24 hours Murano not admire magnificent architecture or a typical Venetian atmosphere. The wealthy Venetians settled here only for a moment in the fifteenth century, life here has focused on Primarily work in steel mills and manufacturing glass of downright fabulous colors. An interesting fact Is That the name of the island comes from the name of the estate near Warsaw Joseph Simon Bellotti (court architect of King Michael Korybut Wisniowiecki and John III Sobieski), from Which in turn took its name from the whole district of the eighteenth century in its original form called Muranow.
Sanghita Nandi
Murano is a series of islands linked by bridges in the Venetian Lagoon, northern Italy. It lies about 1.5 kilometres north of Venice and measures about 1.5 km across with a population of just over 5,000.