Venice. Travel to the city on the water
Once a goddess opened her jewelry case. As usual a beautiful jewel attracted her attention. She took it and examined with fascination as billions of tiny lights were flickering inside. It seemed that every side of jewel was shining with a special, magical light. "I need to examine it in the sun" - the goddess thought. Then the rays of sun make a stone flicker more. She reached for the sun but the rays heated a wonderful stone so quickly that the goddess pulled down her hand to escape the burning and dropped it on the ground. Breaking into thousands of pieces it gave birth to a new city named Venice. Dark with silvery tints became water and other colors made buildings: houses, palazzo, libraries, temples, gardens and bridges. No matter how many centuries would be over but Venice remains” the Queen of the Adriatic”, “the city of magnificent palaces and endless canals”.
Venice is called among the most amazing cities in the world. The city built on water, the city where there are no cars and roads, the city where everything just like a hundred years ago - you can take a ride on carved gondolas with velvet chairs, walk through the narrow streets, or enjoy a cup of morning cappuccino on the Piazza San Marco. And here you would like to arrange an unusual photosession and videosession!
And how fascinating video or photos of the annual Venice Carnival are! How much intrigue, alluring mystery, captivating passion and sometimes even a little bit of insidiousness the masks hide. You wish to brush all worries, prejudices away and surrender to unrestrained merriment, to plunge into the spirit of holiday, magic and make a wonderful journey through time. Venice has kept its original beauty, there were no any reconstructions. Every stone, every step, every bridge breathes history. No wonder that Venice is often called a unique, live, open-air museum.