Saint Mark's Basilica Premium Jigsaw Puzzle

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Puzzle of Saint Mark's Basilica in the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Italy built with Byzantine architecture and adorned with religious paintings.


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May 19, 2020
I wonder what the balls on the brnches are supposed to represent. The amount of decoration and detail is amazing. We've only been to US parks and Canada. There's so much of the world to see it's a shame most of it's people hardly leave the places they live because they are too poor. I never had the yen for Venice thanks to a movie filmed there that creeped me out. I think I would feel claustrophobic...even as an artist. My wish was to visit Barcelona and see Gaudi's works. I saw a film about his buildings and fell in love with their whimsy. What few summers I might still have had to travel are being stolen by this virus. Prayers for all who have lost loved ones to this awful plague...and to those trying to overcome it.
Oct 1, 2017
Love it. Beautiful.
Aug 1, 2016
Yes very intricate detail - even the Sistine Chapel is very detailed artwork. When I visited the Sistine Chapel we were told how many years and how the artist did the mural. He spent 4 years on his back. Loved Venice.
Aug 1, 2016
This chapel is in Rome which is near by.
Nov 4, 2015
Wow! Most buildings in the area I live look boring, plain, and even sometimes very ugly compared to buildings like this one!
Feb 24, 2015
This is the most fascinating place in the world. Venice is in a league of its own.
Sep 25, 2014
I had a chance to visit Venice many years ago, but passed. I wish I had taken that trip instead of the day trip I did take from Innsbruck to St. Moritz the next day. The tour guide's clutch pretty much exploded and we spend much of the time in a restaurant near St. Moritz waiting for her car to be repaired. I did have a glass of a really nice red Swiss wine, but when it came time to pay the check, it got really confusing - one person only had US dollars, the tour guide and her co-worker only had Austrian Schillings, but I had both those and Swiss Francs, but we had to spend about 20 minutes trying to convert what each person owed.
Jun 6, 2014
Dec 27, 2013
Now this is one place I would love to visit at Christmas, but I will have to make do with your jigsaw as this is the nearest I will ever get there, Thank you yet again team for giving me such insights.
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