Native Venetians stage a mock funeral procession Saturday in Venice, Italy. Historic Venice is approaching the dreaded status of living museum, with a population hovering around 60,000, a largely symbolic threshold considered by some to signal the end of the city’s viability. As native Venetians flee in droves to the mainland for cheaper housing and easier living, those who have stayed are marking their modern-day demise.

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