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See tourists wade through Venice's flooded squares and cafes as 'acqua alta' tides hit again

2 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

People sit at a cafe in a flooded St. Mark's Square during seasonally high water in Venice, Italy November 5, 2021.
REUTERS/Manuel Silvestri
Venice flooded once again last week, as "acqua alta" season continues from October to January.
Photos show tourists with colorful rain boots wading through city squares and dining in flooded cafes.
Experts say rising sea levels are increasing the frequency and intensity of the yearly floods.
Each year between the months of October and January, sections of Venice experience extreme flooding. The seasonal high tides are known as "acqua alta," or "high...
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