Bridge of Sighs – Venice, Italy

Built in 1602, Lord Byron gave it its name in the 19th century. By the time the bridge was built prisoners did not cross the bridge any more and so Byron’s suggestion that prisoners would sigh at their last sight of Venice, was not entirely accurate.

Due to its position and from where it can be viewed from, there is not much of an opportunity to get a unique composition.

Bridge of Sighs - Venice, Italy travel photography

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