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Do not ask the Venetians where such a square or such a street is located because you would hear the answer that in Venice there is only one square and it is in the San Marco district, that is Piazza San Marco, and only a handful, at most, of streets. These elements are replaced by campi and campielli - for the squares - and by calli - for the streets. Even the Spanish-speaking cousin uses the word calle to indicate the street (salir a la calle a tomar el aire sounds more or less to us like going out for a breath of fresh air).

The origin of the name campo derives from the mem

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