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bassano.jpg Veneto or Venetia is situated in the north-east of Italy along the Adriatic Sea. It touches the border of Austria in the farther north and it is one of the wealthiest and industrialized regions in Italy. With a population of about 4.8 million people, Veneto witnesses an inflow of about 60 million tourists annually. The capital city of Veneto is Venice or Venezia which is a lagoon zone and is one of the most visited cities in the world. The area of the region of Veneto is about 7,101 sq. miles. The region of Veneto is divided into seven provinces of Venezia, Verona, Padova, Belluno, Vicenza, Rovigo and Treviso. The geographical aspects of Veneto include plains, lagoon, hills and mountains.
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Veneto

Veneto – The Veneto province in north-east Italy on the Adriatic Coast is a tourist magnet. A major wine-growing region (big names include Soave whites, Valpolicella reds and the fizzy Italian version of champagne, Prosecco), it boasts several major tourist destinations.
Key sights are La Serenissima aka Venice; Verona where Romeo wooed Juliet; Vicenza, where the influential architect Palladio honed his skills; Padua, rich with a cycle of Giotto frescoes and Chioggia, a mini-Venice without the crowds. Elegant Palladian villas dot the vine-striped landscape while the snow-covered Alpine peaks are reflected in the calm waters of Lake Garda, surrounded by lemon and olive groves.

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