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Gondolas left stranded after water ranges in Venice drastically drop — two months after extreme floods

Gondolas left stranded after water levels in Venice drastically drop — two months after severe floods


A GONDOLA lies stranded in a Venice canal after waters ranges dipped drastically – simply two months after extreme flooding.

Boats have been virtually beached yesterday as canals appeared near working dry, making getting across the metropolis a problem.

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A gondola lies stranded in a Venice canal after waters ranges dipped drastically[/caption]

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Simply two months in the past the town skilled extreme flooding (pictured November 2019)[/caption]


Constructed on a set of 118 small islands, Venice is navigated by canals and greater than 400 bridges.

Tides within the metropolis imply water ranges can range by round half a metre (1.6ft), or typically much more.

The image-perfect location noticed its highest ranges in additional than 50 years in November, with many blaming local weather change.

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Boats have been virtually beached yesterday as canals appeared near working dry[/caption]

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Local weather change was blamed for the excessive water ranges in November[/caption]


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