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Venice Comes Up With A Solution To The Cruise Ship Problem (But Is It The Wrong One?)

"Currently, 500 to 600 ships - a yearly 1,000 to 1,200 entrances and exits - of up to 96,000 gross tonnes enter the lagoon from the Adriatic by the Lido opening to sail through Venice... But the Comitatone has rejected the solution favoured by environmental scientists and some politicians, which is to build a […]
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