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A campo, although not a street by common understanding, is a large paved walkway which typically contains a church and wellhead. Campo in English means "a grassy field". Originally, all campi in Venice were grassy fields, but over time all of these fields were paved over. There are 168 campi in Venice.
- ↑ http://www.gonback.com/venecia/e_venecia02.html
- ↑ Giulio Lorenzetti, Venice and its Lagoon, (1994)