Venice received some respite on Monday after the worst flooding in 50 years.
The water level in the Italian city on Sunday, reached five feet after the next peak of the flood, but by the evening began to decline. Last Tuesday there was a catastrophic flood, which killed two people. The losses for the city is estimated at hundreds of millions of euros.
Schools and museums have opened again on Monday, and the vaporetto again cruised the waters of the city.
At the same time, a troubling situation because of the new rise of water remains in force.
On Sunday, tourists and residents were forbidden to visit St. Mark’s square.