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High Water Hits Venice

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VENICE, ITALY - OCTOBER 27: Venetians and tourists use the walkways in front of Rialto Bridge on October 27, 2012 in Venice, Italy. The high tide, or acqua alta as it is locally known, stood at 127 centimeters this morning. (Photo by Marco Secchi/Getty Images)
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VENICE, ITALY - OCTOBER 27: Venetians and tourists use the walkways in front of Rialto Bridge on October 27, 2012 in Venice, Italy. The high tide, or acqua alta as it is locally known, stood at 127 centimeters this morning. (Photo by Marco Secchi/Getty Images)
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October 27, 2012
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Venetians and tourists use the walkways in front of Rialto Bridge on... News Photo 154828157Horizontal,Italy,Pedestrian Walkway,Rialto Bridge,Tourism,Tourist,Venetians,Venice - Italy,WeatherPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 Marco SecchiVENICE, ITALY - OCTOBER 27: Venetians and tourists use the walkways in front of Rialto Bridge on October 27, 2012 in Venice, Italy. The high tide, or acqua alta as it is locally known, stood at 127 centimeters this morning. (Photo by Marco Secchi/Getty Images)