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One thing that immediately catches the eye of those who go to Venice for the first time and wander around the lagoon is the way in which the local population conducts non-motor boats. It is the so-called Venetian rowing.

In fact, Venetian rowing is a bit strange to see while it is being implemented: a rower leads the boat alone, directing it wherever he wants and without the need for a rudder, standing on the bottom of the boat or higher and further back. on the stern cover. The oar is held to the right, using a particular rowlock called the fórcola, so the rower is always moved t

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