Venice Flooded By The Second-highest Tide In Its History

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Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro is likely to declare a state of disaster as the city was hit by the second-highest tide in its history on November 12

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Venice Mayor Luigi Brugnaro is likely to declare a state of disaster as the city was hit by the second-highest tide in its history on November 12. The historic basilica and many of the city's square and alleyways have been flooded and are underwater. According to international media reports Saint Mark's Square was submerged by more than one meter of water and the adjacent Saint Mark's Basilica was flooded for the sixth time in 1,200 years. However, no damage to the Church was reported. 

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