Rowers aboard 500 Venetian-style rowboats took part in the “Vogalonga” regatta in Venice, Italy on Sunday. The regatta was canceled last year because of the pandemic. This year's regatta was special because it celebrated the 1,600th anniversary of the foundation of the city of Venice.

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