A Colorful "Ghebo"
The ghebi are, in Venetian dialect, the minor canals that cross the sandbanks and mudflats of the Venetian lagoon, connecting the innermost areas to the main waterways.
The ghebi have a notable role in the lagoon ecosystem, regulating the water supply both during high tides, with drainage functions, and during low tides, allowing the passage of water even in the innermost areas. They also help to mitigate the erosive effect that the incoming tides have. More ghebi developes, more the Venetian Lagoon breathes.