We are in Venice, a city in northeastern Italy and the capital of the Veneto region. It is built on a group of 118 small islands that are separated by canals and linked by over 400 bridges.
The film opens with people walking on a canal bridge that leads to the Palazzo Ducale di Venezia, a palace of masterpiece Gothic architecture in Venice, in Piazza San Marco, which is nicknamed "the drawing room of Europe” (this name is attributed to Napoleon although it has not been proven). The camera focuses on the sculptural decoration that adorns one of the building’s corners and then on the columns, while a couple heads towards it.
Afterwards, the group of friends alongside with locals take a pose for a commemorative photo. The filmmaker shows us a woman who sells food for pigeons and several pigeons that are around. The woman from the filmmaker's company gives them food and they gather around her.
The film closes with the women of the group feeding and having fun with the pigeons as they, familiar with the people, sit on their hands to eat.