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Venice floods - grab a gondola!

Flooding in Venice happens every year but the weekend saw some of worst flooding since 1872. Tourists and locals have had to wear waders and wellies just to get around.
Brr! These two are swimming in the main square in Venice. Flooding usually happens at this time of year, but the weekend saw some of worst flooding since 1872.
A young man and a woman enjoy swimming in flooded St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy.
This man doesn't look too unhappy about it though - the main square has doubled as his personal swimming pool!
A man enjoys swimming in flooded St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy.
Everyone carries on as usual. Look at these people, in a coffee shop, knee-deep in water, as if this happens every day!
People take a coffee in a flooded shop during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice.
Wellies are in high demand! Rain and wind hit the north of Italy on Sunday and the flooding reached 150 centimetres in Venice.
A shoes seller displays wellies outside his shop in a flooded street during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice.
Why let a little rain spoil your fun? These people certainly didn't - here they are, relaxing in St Mark's Square as if it's mid-summer!
People sit at the table of a bar in a flooded St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy, Sunday, Nov. 11, 2012.
Venetians and tourists have to wear high boots and use wooden walkways, like this one, to cross areas that are under water.
Tourists walk on footbridges during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice. Rain and wind hit the north of Italy on Sunday and the flooding reached 150 centimetres in Venice.
Some people had to wear plastic bags on their feet to try to stay dry.
People wade through he flooded streets in Venice after flooding.
Tourists had to walk on footbridges to get to the famous Rialto bridge.
Tourists walk on footbridges near the Rialto bridge during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice. Rain and wind hit the north of Italy on Sunday and the flooding reached 150 centimetres in Venice.
They must have sold lots of umbrellas!
Tourists walk on footbridges near the Rialto bridge during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice.
Tourists had to carry their luggage up high to stop their things from getting soggy.
A tourist crosses flooded St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy, Sunday.
Locals call this flooding "acqua alta" (literally "high waters"). St Mark's Square, here, is normally a lot busier than this!
A man carries luggage on a flooded St Mark's square during a "acqua alta" on November 11, 2012 in Venice.