Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP
Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP
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Despite promise of ban, first cruise ship sails through Venice since start of pandemic. Mick Jagger, Tilda Swinton add support to protest against future sailings

  • The cruise ship passed through the city’s Giudecca Canal this week despite recent government promises to stop this traffic
  • Celebrities have added their weight to a protest about the visit of large ships, signing an open letter to Italian and Venetian authorities

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Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP
Celebrities and Venetians are up in arms about the cruise ship which sailed through Venice, Italy this week despite official promises of a ban on such traffic. Photo: Andrea Pattaro/AFP
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