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Livenza River, private beach and park of Hotel San Giorgio of Porto Santa Margherita - Caorle (Venice) - Italy

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Foce del fiume Livenza, spiaggia privata e pineta dell'Hotel San Giorgio di Porto Santa Margherita di Caorle (Venezia)

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Further information about Caorle

Caorle (Ca'orle) is a coastal town in the province of Venezia, Veneto, Italy, between estuaries of Livenza and Lemene. History: The ancient name of the city was "Caprulae" (possibly because of the wild goats that grazed in this area, or in honour of pagan goddess Capris); Caorle was founded in the 1st century BC, as a Roman bench mark. Many archeological findings confirm that; for istance the sacrificial altar called "Ara Licovia" (from Licovi's Roman family), today kept in the cathedral. Caorle gained importance when people from Concordia Sagittaria looked for a refuge because of the barbarian invasions. In that period, the Paleo-Christian church was built, some remains of which are today kept in the cathedral museum. In the 11th century the current cathedral was built, the see of many bishops. During the following centuries, Caorle became one of the nine important cities of the Republic of Venice; the witness of that are the many Istrian flagstones which composed some monuments in ... Read more about Caorle on Wikipedia

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