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Veneto is a rich region in northeast Italy. The capital is Venice which is also one of the world’s most famous cities. It is known for its festival held every February, called Carnival. On this occasion, one can see an extra abundance of the famous Venetian masks. The other main towns are Belluno, Verona with the fantastic Arena, Vicenza, Padua, Treviso and Rovigo. It shares a border with Friuli Venezia Giulia, Trentino Alto Adige, Lombardy, and Emilia Romanga. Additionally Veneto is has a long coast on the Adriatic Sea. On the other side, this region has access to the Dolomites mountain range. The town of Romeo and Juliet is within this land also, Verona. This region ranks number 1 in Italy for its touristic activity. Over 60 million visit every year.

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