French TV show ‘Les Témoins d’Outre-Mer’ asks for Venezia Autentica’s opinion regarding news on big cruise ships in Venice

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    The TV show Les Témoins d'Outre-Mer, broadcasted by France Ô, asks Venezia Autentica's opinion about news regarding the passage of cruise ships in Venice

    The French Tv show Les Témoins d’Outre-Mer, interviews Valeria Duflot, co-founder of Venezia Autentica, on new developments regarding big ships in Venice and the countermeasures proposed by the Italian Government

    In an interview for the French Tv program Les Témoins d’Outre-Mer, Valeria Duflot, co-founder of Venezia Autentica, explains the news regarding the passage of big cruise ships in Venice. Italian national newspapers saluted the intention of the Italian Government to prohibit cruise ships to pass in front of Saint Mark, but this could be far from being an improvement, as for doing so canals of the delicate Venetian Lagoon surrounding Venice will be dramatically excavated to allow much bigger ships to enter.

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