Venice’s culinary traditions originally rise from the fact that they are situated on the Adriatic Sea.
They are obviously largely influenced by their surroundings since you find a lot of seafood in their cuisine and typical dishes.
The Museo della Musica features an interesting perspective on the famous Venetian composer, Antonio Vivaldi as well as significant exhibits of musical instruments as well as the step-by-step process to making a violin!
The gondolier rows the gondola using a “Remo” (oar, in English) that is locked by a forcola in the boat side which allows the beech-wood oar to take various positions for rowing to be easier and effortless.
You can find rare musical instruments at the Museo della Musica in Venice in the San Polo District, right next to the art museum.
If you have a passion for music, then this attraction is definitely worth a visit!