Celebrating the end of Venice's 16th century plague and the building of Giudecca's church, the festival fills the sky with fireworks.
Every July, the Venice skyline bursts into life as fireworks rocket into the sky as part of Festa del Redentore.
Tagged as the 'Carnival of Venetians', this religious event remembers the end of the Venice plague in 1576, the same period during which the church of Jesus Christ the Redeemer was built on Giudecca island.
This annual events sees a floating wooden bridge made to tie together Zattere in Southern Venice and the island, which means that visitors can walk over the picturesque Giudecca Canal.
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