- the word for street in Venetian.
In Italian, campo means 'field', but in Venice it is used for 'square'.
is a small campo.
- small plates of food ordered at the bar.
- the bank of a canal which you can walk along.
- a small glass of wine.
- the Venetian equivalent of the Italian 'sottoportico' which means 'underpass'. They are usually archways or passages where the street goes through a building.
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