Lido di Jesolo, Italia


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endret noe 27. september 2022

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På bytur i Jesolo


Gutta prøver racerbil og motorsykler
Jesolo er en kommune i
provinsen Venezia, like nord for Venezia mellom Eraclea
og Cavallino-Treporti med
ca. 24 000 innbyggere.
Byen ligger ved Adriaterhavet
og er kjent for sin 15 km lange sandstrand og gode badeliv.
Den viktigste næringen i Lido
di Jesolo er turisme, og
hovedgaten har utallige
restauranter, kaféer og

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På marked i Jesolo

Geir likte den rosa panteren

Grete kunne tenke
seg ny veske.

Men det ble ikke
noe handling
for noen av oss.


Isola di Torcello og kirken Santa Fosca
Torcello is a sparsely populated island at the northern end of the Venetian Lagoon, in north-eastern Italy. It was first settled
in the year 452 and has been referred to as the parent island
from which Venice was populated. It was a town with a
cathedral and bishops before St Mark's Basilica was built.

Torcello - Wikipedia     (27. september 2022)
The Church of Santa Fosca is a church dedicated to Saint Fusca
of Ravenna, located on the island of Torcello, in the Venice Lagoon,
part of the largest complex of the Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta.
Saint Fusca of Ravenna was a child martyr killed along with her
nurse, Maura, around 250 AD, in Ravenna, under the persecutions
of the Roman Emperor Decius.
It seems that a church dedicated to Santa Fosca existed on this
place since the first half of the 9th century.
Around 1000, the building was part of the larger project
promoted by the Bishop Orso Orseolo, for the reconstruction
of the entire complex of the cathedral.
The building received its current appearance around the 12th
century, when it was rebuilt to house the relics of the christian martyrs Fosca and Maura, arrived from Sabratha, in Africa.
CHURCH OF SANTA FOSCA - A Beautiful Church on Torcello, in Venice (    (27. september 2022)

Jesolo har flotte strender og fine basseng.
Det ble mye bading


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Vi tok en utflukt til
i Slovenia.
(i 1987 Jugoslavia)

A fantastic web of tunnels,
passages, galleries and
halls, the astonishing
diversity of Karst features
as well as easy access are
certainly the main reasons
for such popularity
of the cave and a large
number of visitors, which
has already reached
37 million in 200 years.


Øy i Venezias lagune


All visitors of Burano remain intrigued by the many colours
and the
colorful houses that are reflected into the green
waters of channels,
by the leaning bell tower, by the
tranquility and the calmness with
which the elderly ladies embroider original Burano lace by their tombolo
(or lace pillow), while they are laughing and chatting in

squares among them.

It seems to be in paradise. Children who dart
freely with
their bicycles, balconies with multicolored flowers,

fishermen who put up fresh fish from
their traditional boats.

The Burano's Leaning Bell Tower

The best location to admire the Burano's leaning bell tower
is the Terranova's marble bridge or the Giudecca's street
(the one in Burano and not the one in Venice).

Kanal på Burano
Murano glass
Murano’s reputation as a center for glassmaking was born
when the Venetian Republic, fearing fire and the destruction
of the city’s mostly wooden buildings, ordered glassmakers
to move their foundries to Murano in 1291. Murano glass is
still associated with Venetian glass.

Built in the seventeenth century, the leaning tower has
a square shape and Renaissance and neoclassical
architectural features.

He has undergone several restorations over the centuries,
especially in the upper part of the belfry.
Among these maintenance works teh most note is the one
carried out by the Tirali, which occurred between
1703 and 1714.
The height of the Burano's tower is 53 meters and it stands
 on a base with a side of 6.20 meters.
Because of land subsidence it is inclined of 1.83 meters
respect to its axis.


I Venezias lagune ble
båten vår angrepet av

Helddigvis viste det seg
de at de så farligere ut
enn de var.

Barneklubben på
Lido di Jesolo hadde
kledd seg ut og fulgt
etter oss i egen båt.

Utflukt til Venezia


This sanctuary on a lagoon is virtually the same as it was six
hundred years ago, which adds to the fascinating character. V
enice has decayed since its heyday and is heavily touristed
(there are 56000 residents and 20 million tourists per year),
but the romantic charm remains.


The gondola  is a traditional,
Venetian rowing boat,
well suited to the
conditions of the Venetian
It is similar to a canoe,
except it is narrower.
It is propelled by a
gondolier, who uses a
rowing oar, which is not
fastened to the hull, in a sculling manner and
acts as the rudder.


Piazza San Marco

By Durant Imboden
In New York, every tourist has to visit Times Square.
In London, Trafalgar Square and Piccadilly Circus
vie for the visitor's attention.
In Paris, the vacationer is expected to give at least
a passing glance to the Place de la Concorde.

The equivalent tourist magnet in Venice is the
Piazza San Marco, better known to Anglophones
as St. Mark's Square. It differs from its foreign
counterparts in two major respects:

  1. It's more attractive, and..

  2.  It hasn't been corrupted by the automobile.

St. Mark's Basilica

The mightiest of Venetian monuments, the one that really
shows the greatness of Venice is undoubtedly the Basilica
of San Marco.

It was built over several centuries, frequently transformed
and enriched with precious treasures, often from the Far East.

Its architecture, a mixture of Byzantine, Roman and Venetian,
is the work of artists and craftsmen coming from all over.
It can be considered a real laboratory, a living organism,
developing and transforming over the centuries




 Sterling Airways
Hjemreise fra Treviso flyplass.
En veldig liten flyplass (1987), som denne dagen fikk veldig
stor trafikk pga streik ved Venezias hovedflyplass.
Helidgvis hadde vi sjekket inn da bussene med
Veneziaturister begynte å strømme inn.

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