Venetian

Venetian may refer to:

  • Venetian language, a language spoken in Veneto, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Mexico, Istria and Brazil.
  • Venetian cuisine
  • Venetian wine
  • Historical inhabitants of the Republic of Venice
  • Adriatic Veneti, inhabitants of the Veneto region, which was part of the Republic of Venice and now part of Italy
  • Anyone or anything from Venice
  • Venetians in Movement, a separatist political movement
  • Venetian Gothic architecture, originated in the 14th century
  • Venetian Slovenia, region in northeastern Italy
  • Venetian Albania, 15th–18th century possessions of Venice in Dalmatia

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