The Venetian Lagoon is an encased cove of the Adriatic Sea, in northern Italy, in which the city of Venice is arranged. Its name in the Italian and Venetian dialects, Laguna Veneta—related of Latin lacus, "lake"— has given the global name to an encased, shallow embayment of salt water, a lagoon.
It is around 8% arrive, including Venice itself and numerous littler islands. Around 11% is for all time secured by vast water, or waterway, as the system of dug channels are called, while around 80% comprises of mud pads, tidal shallows and salt swamps. The tidal pond is the biggest wetland in the Mediterranean Basin.