This Weather Webcam is located in Rome
Weather Webcam Vatican City. This live webcam is located in the Vatican in Rome. The live weather webcam shows Vatican St. Peter's Square, the Vatican City. St. Peter's Square was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini from 1656 to 1667 under Pope Alexander VII created (1655-1667) before Peter's in Rome. St. Peter's Square is a part of the territory of Vatican City. The course is designed elliptical. The maximum width is 240 m, the depth of 340 meters. The colonnades are made of 284 fifteen-meter high Doric columns arranged four rows. On the parapet are 144 statues of saints rise in a size of 3.20 meters. Do you want to know what the weather today in the Vatican City in Rome? Take a look at the Vatican via the Live weather webcam in Rome.
This Weather Webcam is located in Venice
The Rialto bridge is a landmark monument of the city of Venice. The Rialto bridge spans the Canal Grande. The bridge which is located next to the Fondaco dei Tedeschi connects the Sestiere San Marco with San Polo. The name of the bridge refers to the Rialto area, which was Venice's the foremost market square a few centuries ago. Rialto is derived from Riva Alto. The Rialto area is higher than the surrounding city.
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This Weather Webcam is located in Bettmeralp
This webcam shows the weather in the village of Bettmeralp. The houses on the Bettmeralp are built in typical chalet style and can act as the village is very traditional. The holiday village is therefore the perfect place for a relaxing holiday.
Webcam Bettmeralp (Bettmerhorn): Watch the time-lapse webcam live weather Bettmeralp. Bettmeralp is a town in the Swiss canton of Valais, 1'957 m ue to M.. Today, the village is for both Wintergaesten presents (alpine skiing, cross country skiing, hiking) as well Sommergaesten (hiking, climbing, glacier walking, running, mountain biking, paragliding) as a resort. Particularly physically active guests and families are among the regulars of Bettmeralp. Bettmeralp is shaped by typical Walliserhaeusern and fitted into the country style chalets.
Valtorta is located in the Lombardy region in the province of Bergamo.
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This Weather Webcam is located in St. Moritz
St. Moritz enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. In winter this alpine village hosts the "White Turf" horse race on the Lake St. Moritz attended by the international Upper class. Popular is skiing, snowboarding, and hiking, and there is also the world famous Cresta Run toboggan course.
The year-round population is 5000, with some 3000 seasonal employees working in hotels and rental units with a total of 13,000 beds.
St. Moritz is a town in the Engadine valley, the district of Maloja in the canton of Graubünden in Switzerland. St. Moritz is named after Saint Maurice, who is depicted on the coat of arms. The community of St. Moritz is one of the most famous resorts and winter sports resorts in the Alps. Despite only about 5000 people in St. Moritz has the character of an international alpine town. The webcam shows the St. Moritz Moritz.
This Weather Webcam is located in Venice
Weather Webcam Venice. The city of Venice was the capital of the Republic of Venice until 1797 and with over 180,000 inhabitants, one of the largest European cities. Until the 16th Century Venice was one of the biggest commercial cities of the eastern Mediterranean. Venice had the most commercial and military vessels. The nobility of Venice benefited from the trade in luxury goods, spices, salt and wheat.
The Republic of Venice became the largest financial center and dominated a colonial empire from northern Italy to Crete to Cyprus. According to French and Austrian rule from 1798 to 1866 Venice became part of Italy. In the years 1965 to 1970, the city of Venice reached 370,000 inhabitants, the largest population, which has since fallen by about 100,000 people.