Staying Afloat in Venice

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Venice is flooded. That’s not unusual for the Italian city. You get used to wet feet and puddles when your home is at sea level. There’s even a name for these extra-high tides – acqua alta. It means “high water” in Italian.

But in November, the Floating City was battered by the highest tides in half...

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