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New high tide peak expected in Venice, closed St. Mark's Squa

After two days of flooding caused by the worst high tide known by Venice for 53 years, the city should experience a new peak of rising water this Friday. The famous Piazza San Marco has been closed to “save all health risks” to citizens and tourists.

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