No Roads

Imagine living in a city that has no roads. Sure there are plenty of footpaths bridges and alleyways but the Italian City of Venice is just that, a city built on water with a network of canals. In a lagoon located at the northeastern part of Italy, a group of 117 islands seperated by canals and linked by bridges, form the beautiful city of Venice. A city whose roads are made of water and the past is more apparent than the present. The canals are surrounded by impressive and rich buildings called palazzi and churches built in Byzantine, Gothic, Renaissance or Liberty…