List of places called Venice of the East

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The following is an incomplete list of places which have been nicknamed Venice of the East

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City/Town Country Photo References
Barisal Bangladesh Barisal Launch Ghat - panoramio (1).jpg [1]
Dhaka Bangladesh Dhaka-skyline-aymash.jpg [2][3]
Bandar Seri Begawan (Kampong Ayer) Brunei BN-bsb-kampong-ayer.jpg

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Fengjing China A picture from China every day 075.jpg [5]
Luzhi China Luzhi Canal Town 5.jpg [6]
Nanxun China Baijianlou.jpg [6]
Suzhou China 山塘街 (6481225395).jpg [7][8][9]
Tongli China Tongli teahouse.JPG [10][11]
Xitang China Xitang-Boote02.jpg [6]
Zhouzhuang China Zhouzhuang 2.jpg [12][13]
Zhujiajiao China Zhujiajiao canal 4.JPG [6]
Wuzhen China Bridge in Wuzhen 03.JPG [14]
Nan Madol Federated States of Micronesia Nan Madol 2.jpg [15]
Alleppey India House Boat, Alappuzha, Kerala.jpg [16][17]
Srinagar India Srinagar, 1969, house boats populaires sur un bras de la rivière Jelhum.jpg [18][19][20]
Udaipur India UDAIPUR.- palais de Jag Mandir (sur lac Pichola)..jpg [21][22][23]
Banjarmasin Indonesia Sungai Miai, Banjarmasin.jpg [24][25][26]
Palembang Indonesia COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Overstroming te Palembang Zuid-Sumatra TMnr 10004554.jpg [27][28][29][30][31]
Semarang Indonesia COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Kali door de Chinese wijk van Semarang TMnr 10028304.jpg [32][33]
Basra Iraq Basra 1913 photo Arne C Waern Sweden.jpg [34]
Hiroshima Japan Laika ac A-Bomb Dome (8629481891).jpg [35][36]
Ine Japan 京都 (9366163466).jpg [37]
Kurashiki Japan 20081012123345 okayama 20081012@okayama 041.jpg [35][38][39]
Kyoto Japan Shirakara Canal, Gion, Kyoto.jpg [35][40]
Matsue Japan Matsue Horikawa.jpg [35][41][42][43]
Otaru Japan Otaru Canal 2009.jpg [44][45][46]
Osaka Japan Osaka DSC 3695 (6292677700).jpg [35][47][48][49]
Sakai Japan 境川にかかる水管橋, Water pipeline over Sakai riv - panoramio.jpg [35][50][51]
Tamayu, Shimane (Tamatsukuri Onsen) Japan Tamatsukuri onsen01st3200.jpg [35][52]
Yanagawa Japan Fukuoka Yanagawa08n3200.jpg [53][54][55]
Malacca Malaysia Malacca River Walk 2012.JPG [56][57]
Manila Philippines Canal in Manila, 1899.jpg [58]
Sitangkai, Tawi-Tawi Philippines Sitangkai, Tawi-Tawi, Philippines.jpg [59][60]
Cheongna South Korea View from Cheongnamdae Observatory.jpg [61]
Chuncheon South Korea Chuncheon-01.jpg [62][63]
Jinhae South Korea Port in Jinhae.jpg [64][65]
Tongyeong South Korea Korea-Tongyeong-Port and ships-03.jpg [66]
YeoSu South Korea Sunset over Harbor.jpg [67]
Ayutthaya Thailand Gezicht op Judea, de hoofdstad van Siam Rijksmuseum SK-A-4477.jpeg [68]
Bangkok Thailand Klongs.jpg [69][70][71]

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References[edit]

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  5. ^ "Fengjing, Venice of the East". wordpress.com. Retrieved 2017-01-03.
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  9. ^ "Exploring Twin Cities By Canal Boat - New York Times". Nytimes.com. 1988-03-13. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
  10. ^ Пустыни Казахстана. "Пустыни Казахстана". Cinaoggi.com. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
  11. ^ "Tongli Tour | The little Venice of the Orient". Letstravelchina.com. 2006-04-24. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
  12. ^ "10 cổ trấn đẹp như mơ của Trung Quốc". Xaluan.com. Retrieved 2012-10-29.
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  24. ^ BANJARMASIN, The Venice of the East
  25. ^ Banjarmasin
  26. ^ Banjarmasin city tour
  27. ^ Menengok Smart City di “Venice of The East” Palembang
  28. ^ Palembang Develops Musi River Tourism To Attract Foreign Tourists
  29. ^ Kota Palembang The Venice of the East
  30. ^ Palembang Develops Musi River Tourism to Attract Foreign Tourists
  31. ^ Palembang, The Venice of Indonesia
  32. ^ Semarang, the Venice of Java
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  41. ^ Matsue: An Underrated Culture Destination
  42. ^ Matsue 'City of Water' with a history set in stone
  43. ^ Matsue Station Area
  44. ^ Japan City Guides: Otaru
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  46. ^ From Sapporo to Otaru for the Snow Light Path festival
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  50. ^ The Castle Town and Japan's Modern Urbanization
  51. ^ Senshu International City Marathon
  52. ^ Tamatsukuri Onsen, Shimane
  53. ^ Yanagawa - The City of Water
  54. ^ The Venice of Japan: Yanagawa
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  59. ^ Sitangkai- Venice of the East
  60. ^ Sitangkai Profile _ Venice of the South
  61. ^ Cheongna, the beautiful City of Water
  62. ^ Visit "Venice of Korea"
  63. ^ DMZ, reminder of war, a valuable tourism resource
  64. ^ 내가 만드는 강의 노트 - EBSi
  65. ^ 2형식에 대해
  66. ^ Tongyeong & Venice
  67. ^ YeoSu, The Venice of Korea
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