From the right side, it is much more obvious that the campanile, or bell tower, of the Church of San Martino is leaning.
No longer in use, this brick tower was at one time where the town’s fresh water supply was stored.
I guess it takes more than one gas pump to fill up all the boats in town.
As the sun began to set, and the evening started to take over, the last of the day trippers lined up to catch the ferry back to Venice!
Seeing how long the line was made me especially happy that we were staying in Burano!
Next up: We continue our explorations with a visit to the island of Mazzorbo!
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