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St Mark's Square reopens in Venice, but water remains high

The Age Saturday, 16 November 2019 ()
Tourists and residents were allowed back into St Mark's Square in Venice on Saturday, a day after it was closed due to exceptionally high tidal waters that swept through most of the lagoon city's already devastated centre.
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News video: Venice mayor says flooded city is 'on its knees'

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St. Mark's Square in Venice was awash with water and closed on Sunday as city authorities prepared for another exceptional high tide just days after devastating flooding.View on euronews

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