Venice has been around for more than 1, 500 years, but the constant flood and explosion of visitors has led many to question whether it will disappear before 2050. In my opinion, to solve this problem, Venice needs to develop towards a large museum rather than a noisy Disneyland.

The inhabitant bridge built on the Liberty Bridge in Venice assumes part of Venice's urban functions to promote the museumization of Venice. It has hotels, restaurants, bars, casinos, shopping malls and other facilities. The main service object is tourists, allowing more tourists to live here instead of spending the night on Venice Island.

In general, the establishment of inhabitant bridges can alleviate the conflict between tourists and residents, and at the same time provides a certain number of jobs for local residents.