Outside Venice, the island of Burano (also known as the Island of Color) is a small island of colorful houses. The inhabitants of the island are descendants of fishermen. The government of the island requires the local residents to paint the exterior walls of their houses once a year, so the residents paint their small houses with colorful colors. One by one, these colorful houses form a rainbow of alleyways, with the clear river winding, the same bright boats parked quietly by the river.
Burano is the most beautiful of the many lagoon islands, and the church tower can be identified from a distance. In stark contrast to Torcello, Burano is densely populated and its waterways are lined with brightly painted houses, including the famous Bepi Mansion. Running through the island is Baldassalegarupi Street, named in honor of the famous composer Burano. The street is home to the historic fish market, where open-air vendors sell all kinds of fish.
Handmade lace, drawn yarn products and stained glass on the island are all famous handicrafts of Venice. The Lace Decorative Art Museum is well worth a visit. It used to be the famous Princess Margaret Lace School, where lace making techniques were taught and spread. The color gives Burano its dazzling beauty, while the lace gives it a soft and gorgeous feeling and gives it its more poetic name, "Lace Island".
Burano, like a fairy-tale version of Venice, The island of Burano is full of art. Every window is decorated with flowers and different patterns of exquisite lace. The colorful houses are reflected in the river, like a fairy-tale version of Venice island. is simpler, more peaceful and happier than the island itself.