It has been said for many years that Venice (Venezia) in Italy is sinking, but a new study suggests it could be as soon as 2100.
This is because the Mediterranean Sea is expected to rise by up to 140 centimeters (that is over four feet) in the next century.
Right now, Venice is experiencing the highest levels of flooding in four years. It is said to be from strong tides caused by The Bora, a wind from the Northeast
Rising water levels are something that Venice has been battling for many years, with flooding commonplace; Venetians call it ‘acqua volta’ and it happens in November.