Venice in the moonlight
Venice in the moonlight: Venice has always attracted the artist for its uniqueness for creating oil paintings. A city on the water that for many years remained the most influential and richest center of trade in Medieval Europe. Its location at the crossroads of trade routes was excellently calculated. Channels are much better suited for transporting huge volumes of cargo. Houses and palaces were built on Siberian larch piles. This tree does not rot in water, but only gains firmness and stability.
See other paintings by Evgenia Zragevskaya here: Peschanaya Bay, Baikal
Venice is the most romantic corner of Europe, located on the northern coast of the Adriatic Sea in Italy. Majestic architecture, a unique atmosphere of freedom and lightness, lively labyrinths of streets — all this creates a unique ensemble that must be seen, heard, felt. Most of the «city on the water» is located on islands in the Venetian lagoon, which are connected by a huge number of bridges. The entire historic center of Venice is included in the UNESCO list of cultural heritage, and this is not surprising, because examples of architecture of the XIV-XVI centuries have been preserved here. Handmade oil painting.
Venice is the most unique city in the world, located on 118 islands in the northern region of Italy. Few people know that half of this settlement is located on the mainland. Insular Venice — a city without cars, buses or bicycles — is in itself the most unique attraction in the world. It is not for nothing that it is included in the UNESCO list. A small town was built on piles of durable non-decaying coniferous wood — larch. However, to everyone’s regret, this magnificent city is sinking under water. Venice plunges 5 mm into the sea every year. According to scientists’ calculations, it can completely sink in the next 80 years.