Feast of the Redeemer
Third Sunday in July
The Feast of the Redeemer is an event held in Venice in July where the fireworks play an important role. On Saturday, the eve of the festival, fireworks are let off. Preparations begin early in the morning When people begin to Their decorated boats, or the small wooden terraces on rooftops From Where They Can Admire the fireworks. At sunset, Saint Mark's basin begins to fill up with boats of all kinds with, festooned with balloons and garlands, and await the Venetians Thousands of fireworks while dining on the boats. Around 10 o'clock at night, from the island of pontoons Placed nearby St. George, the fireworks begin and Saint Mark's basin Becomes One Of The Most atmospheric internships in the world. The fireworks last for around 45 to 60 minutes, illuminating the night and arousing intense emotions in Both the Venetians and visitors. Once the fireworks are over, the young people of the city head off to the Lido, where They sit on the sand and wait for dawn. A bridge of barges is built connecting to the rest of Giudecca VeniceSunday is devoted to religious celebrations.