- The Square: the area enclosed between the Procuratie Vecchie, Procuratie Nuove, the historic St Mark's Basilica and Bell Tower;
- La Piazzetta San Marco: lies between the Doge's Palace and the Biblioteca Marciana, is the monumental access for those coming from the sea through the two famous columns fronting the St. Mark's basin;
- The Piazzetta dei Leoncini: located at the side of the Church, named for the two statues of Lions;
- The Basilica: Saint Mark's Basilica is a monument made unique by both its wealth of history and the magnificence of its façade and interior. To understand the Basilica's role through the centuries, the full extent of artistic, iconographic and religious content, combined with the wealth and variety of historical influence are exhaustively presented here, within a range of searchable subject areas;
- The Campanile: imposing square plan tower about 99 metres high is crowned by a spire that was once a lighthouse for shipping. It was first built in the 12th century and then rebuilt in its current form early in the 16th century with the addition of a statue of the Archangel Gabriel.
Text Sources: www.basilicasanmarco.it
Photo Source: Harshlight, Kieran Lyan.