Piazza San Marco at low tide

The view from the Museo Correr of Piazza San Marco, the Basilica of San Marco, the Campanile of San Marco (which collapsed in 1902, after which an exact replica was rebuilt), and of course, the Pigeons of San Marco. Between the tower and the Biblioteca on the right, you can see a sliver of the Palazzo Ducale, or rather the protective sheeting which covered it at the time. The sheeting was decorated with the building's distinctive facade design so that, unlike other sites undergoing restorative work, it didn't look like a building still under construction.