The Glass Museum is on Giustinian Fondamenta near the famous Basilica of St. Maria and Donato; visit this museum to witness the history of glass and how it evolved over the centuries since the Egyptian period.
The crème frites, that is supposedly a Venetian traditional dessert, was possibly first invented by nuns who sold them to support their convents.
This is a typical street food that is very popular in Italy as well as Spain (where they claim to have invented it).
The marbles, pillars, the famous 4 bronze horse statues are all some of the valuables that were looted from Constantinople in the 13th century in the Fourth Crusade and are now found in the renowned main square of Venice, San Marco Piazza.
Until the 9th century, most of the buildings in Venice were only two stories high, however over the years, as more and more people came to settle in the city, they had to add more floors to their houses.