The route from Naples to Venice lies as far as Foglino, through the road already passed in the journey from Florence; but when the lovely valley and antique town of Foligno are passed, a new line of country is entered by those who take the mountain-road, and proceed by Bologna. From Pesaro the route proceeds to Bologna, through scenes of increasing beauty and civilization: the ancient stamps of the always comparatively free Legations, and the modern impress of French improvement, are obviously visible on every side. The journey from Ferrara to Venice assumes a very singular character, from the frequent embarkations and disembarkations in crossing the different rivers and canals, which perpetually intersect the country, and contribute to its fertility without adding to its beauty. The peculiar feature of this Church is its Asiatic character and approximation to the architectural forms of Venice.