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A Costa cruise ship leaves the harbour and passes close to Punta della Dogana with the church Santa Maria della Salute and the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Germany, 08 September 2014. A debate is currently going on about the passage of cruise ships this close to the city and the dangers for the environment this poses. The huge cruise ships are supposed to using the route close to Giudica in the future but rater the one closer to the train station, which is further from the city. Channels would have to be deepened and widened for this solution, however. Photo: Waltraud Grubitzsch -NO WIRE SERVIC

A Costa cruise ship leaves the harbour and passes close to Punta della Dogana with the church Santa Maria della Salute and the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Germany, 08 September 2014. A debate is currently going on about the passage of cruise ships this close to the city and the dangers for the environment this poses. The huge cruise ships are supposed to using the route close to Giudica in the future but rater the one closer to the train station, which is further from the city. Channels would have to be deepened and widened for this solution, however. Photo: Waltraud Grubitzsch -NO WIRE SERVIC Stock Photo
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5800 x 3093 px | 49.1 x 26.2 cm | 19.3 x 10.3 inches | 300dpi

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8 September 2014

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dpa

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

A Costa cruise ship leaves the harbour and passes close to Punta della Dogana with the church Santa Maria della Salute and the Piazza San Marco in Venice, Germany, 08 September 2014. A debate is currently going on about the passage of cruise ships this close to the city and the dangers for the environment this poses. The huge cruise ships are supposed to using the route close to Giudica in the future but rater the one closer to the train station, which is further from the city. Channels would have to be deepened and widened for this solution, however. Photo: Waltraud Grubitzsch -NO WIRE SERVICE-

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