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Venice bans cruise ships from historic centre
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4 April 2021
On 4 April 2021 BBC News reported:
Italian authorities have approved a ban on cruise ships entering the historic centre of Venice. The country's culture minister said on Wednesday [31 March] that the decision came in response to a request from UN cultural body UNESCO. Critics argue the ships cause pollution and erode the foundations of the city, which suffers from regular flooding. On Wednesday, Italian ministers agreed that large cruise and container ships would no longer be able to enter the city's Giudecca canal, which leads to the historic St. Mark's Square.
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