The Sestiere Cannaregio is the second largest of the six, extending from the railroad station to the Rialto. It covers almost half of the northern part of Venice.
The Strada Nova was not a single project but rather a series of incremental changes which became the start of mass tourism in Venice
Strada Nove #7: The part of the Strada Nova between Campo SS Apostoli and Rialto has seen comparably fewer changes, just a bit here and there
If everything is old in Venice, then what about the bridges? Well, surprise, most of them are not. In fact, 3/4 of the bridges are modern.
Fires were a very real preoccupation of the Venetians, and there have been many fires in Venice over the centuries
Some old postcards from the 1950s give us a glimpse of how the city has changed dramatically within a single lifetime.