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I remember on my last trip to Venice, that some of the bridges have been adapted for the handicapped of equipped with an elevator type contraption.
Like you said, it's not convenient but it is worth it.
Those special bridges are marked on the Commune's site. They've been around for a decade or better, though I rarely saw them in use.

By the way, congrats: that was the 500th comment made on Veniceblog.


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