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Campo Manin is one of the major Venetian fields, in size and amplitude.

It owes its current name to Daniele Manin, city hero in the revolution of 1848-49. In fact there is the monument dedicated to him - a bronze statue made by Luigi Borro with, at Manin's feet, a large winged lion with spread wings - which portrays him standing and in a proud position. From this field you can see the house where Manin lived, on which a plaque was placed in memory, positioned between the Cortesia bridge and the San Paternian bridge.

It is precisely the bridge that reminds us of the origi

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