Venetian romance: ancient city meets new beauty
It’s often referred to as one of the most romantic cities in Europe. Why? Because Venice defies urban standards, crumbles with romantic ruin, whispers constantly of the impermanence of all things. Even when overrun by swarms of tourists, those watery canals feels somehow untouched by modern life. It’s for these reasons that this much loved city is most often partnered with classic beauty. Beauty itself is, like Venice, enduring and yet impermanent. But that’s all part of the appeal: when there’s a beautiful woman paused atop a Venetian bridge or striding across the pigeon-covered St Mark’s Square, time becomes irrelevant. Beauty and Venice have always been synonymous, it matters little if one is young and the other ancient.
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