Painted pigeons of St Mark's square put Venice Biennale critics in a flap
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Painted pigeons of St Mark's square put Venice Biennale critics in a flap

Copenhagen : Denmark | Aug 27, 2012 at 10:52 AM PDT
Source: The Guardian
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Rex Features As might be expected of the world's most filmed, photographed and conspicuously indulged birds, the pigeons of St Mark's square in Venice are capricious. If it takes their fancy, they will foul the top of your head, dig their claws into your scalp and mob the very tourists who feed them . FULL ARTICLE AT The Guardian
 
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