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Hundreds attend Venice’s Regata Storica despite Covid restrictions

By AFP
13 September 2020   |   7:21 am
Venice holds its annual Regata Storica, drawing hundreds of people as boats move through the Grand Canal. "It's less joyful this year," says one local resident, before adding that "it's always beautiful."

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