At the end of the war, Venice reached the height of its power. In the middle of the XV century, its population had reached 200,000; except 3000 various courts, she had more than 300 large merchant ships with 25,000 crew who went around the Mediterranean and beyond - in France, England and Flanders, which in those days was the center of world activity. Major trade and navigation were entirely in the hands of the nobility. Besides the Venetian region, Venice held the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea with Albania, the Ionian islands, the sea and the many islands of the Greek Archipelago, including Negroponte and Crete; in addition, she had a lot of trade settlements in the East, especially in the Black Sea. In 1489 its holdings have added Cyprus, Caterina Cornaro ceded Venice.
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