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The French occupation of Venice lasted until the eighteenth of January 1798, when it ceased because of the Treaty of Campoformio (undersigned at PASSARIANO on the seventeenth of October 1797), this period was marked by systematic thefts. From the 1798 and the eighteenth of January 1806 Venice had to be subdued to the Hapsburg empire.On the nineteenth of January 1806, afterwards the victory of Austerlitz, the French took the place of the Austrian. The Congress of Vienna (1815) consigned again Venice to the Austria, to whom remained submitted until the 1866, that was the year of its entrance in the Italian reign.

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