Every corner is full of the city's rich historical heritage. As a result, the city is an ideal place to acquire all kinds of antiques. Whether you are an antique enthusiast or if you simply want to take home a unique souvenir of Venice, you have to come to Fondamente Nuove. Have in mind that it is only open during the last weekend of March and April and the first weekend of May, September, October and December. To get there, head towards the Ca' d'Oro and from there head up towards the north. Upon arriving at the northern edge, you will recognise it immediately by the hustle and bustle which is noticeable some streets before you get there. It's impossible to say what you will find passing from stall to stall as they have all kinds of different origins. From furniture and decorative objects to incredible curiosities such as letters from the Second World War or sailors' personal objects. Of course, here you will find a large and interesting old bookshop and a large number of glass items from the Island of Murano. Even though it's not the only flea market of its kind in the city, it it the only one that you can't miss if you have the chance.
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