Yes. I’m sure it happens regularly. Venice was founded in 421, that leaves plenty of time for people to drown its canals. The attached link is a recent case.
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From my personal perusal of the national Italian statistics site, I can’t see that Italy releases morbidity information by type of death. However, I agree with the above poster – with over 170 canals, 400 bridges, and approximately 1500 years of history, at least until the 20th century drownings must have been commonplace.
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