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Italy approves new decree to keep cruise ships out of Venice lagoon
by Angelo Amante
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5 April 2021
On 5 April 2021 Reuters reported:
Italy's government has ruled that large cruise ships and container vessels must not pass close to Venice's historic centre and should instead dock in a different location to preserve the famed lagoon. 'Anyone who has visited Venice in recent years has been shocked to see these ships, hundreds of metres long and as tall as apartment buildings, passing through such fragile places,' Culture Minister Dario Franceschini said on Thursday [1 April].
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A decree approved late on Wednesday [31 March] called for public consultations on building a terminal outside the lagoon where passenger vessels over 40,000 tons and container ships can berth without passing in front of Saint Mark's square. ... Venice residents have been urging governments for years to ban large ships from the lagoon.
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