Venice in state of emergency after severe flood

2019-11-17 05:26:23 GMT2019-11-17 13:26:23(Beijing Time) Xinhua English
People walk on a trestle bridge in the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) People walk on a trestle bridge in the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) A man wades through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
A shop flooded with water is seen in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) A shop flooded with water is seen in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
People wade through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) People wade through the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
Shops are closed due to the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua) Shops are closed due to the flood in Venice, Italy, Nov. 15, 2019. The Italian government declared a state of emergency in Venice, after the ancient lagoon city was severely flooded earlier this week, Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte said on Thursday. At least two people died and severe damages were registered in Italy's lagoon city of Venice, following the highest water tide since 1960s, local authorities said on Wednesday. (Photo by Alberto Lingria/Xinhua)
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