Lido di Venezia (lēˈdō dē vānĕˈtsyä) [key], long, narrow, sandy island in Venetia, Italy, separating the lagoon of Venice from the Adriatic. It has a beautiful beach and is one of the most fashionable bathing resorts in Europe.
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