It often happens that people consider Venice as a coastal city, because the sea surrounds it. Actually, it is a lagoon city. Let’s get to know about the origins of the Venice lagoon.
The lagoon is a coastal basin separated from the sea by a cord and characterised by the typical brackish water. The Venice lagoon has a history of 6000 years: like all the lagoons, it originates from a plain, which was created by the sediments carried by the rivers Brenta and Piave. Over the centuries, the deposit of the rains and the raising of the sea caused the flooding of the plain, sparing some plots of land, which are nowadays distinguished into islands and sandbars. The sandbars are plots of land at water levels covered by some vegetation that resists to salt.
In 1987 the territory was included in the list of World Heritage Sites in Italy of the UNESCO.
Kori Restaurant suggests that you go on a boat ride to explore the main islands of the Venice lagoon, from Murano to Mazzorbo and to Burano too. But first, a good male based on fish.
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