What to see in Venice

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Ca 'Da Mosto

Here is an interesting example of a Veneto-Byzantine house dating from 13th century, the home of the Da Mosto family, who were celebrated Venetian navigators. From the16th Century to the 18th Century the palace was one of the most important hotel...

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Ca 'Farsetti

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Ca 'Loredan - Palazzo Corner Piscopia Loredan

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Fontego of the Germans

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Palazzo Balbi

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Palazzo Barbarigo

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Palazzo Belloni Battage

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Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti

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Corner Building of the Ca 'Granda

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Camerlenghi Palace

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Palazzo Grimani of San Luca

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Church of San Bartolomeo

A church restored in the 18th Century, in which once it was possible to admire the very fine organ casing doors painted by S. Del Piombo in the 16th Century, as well as canvases by J. Palma il Giovane. 
The bell tower is in the baroque style.

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Church of Saint Maurice

This ancient church was reconstructed in the XVI century and again in 1806. In the Eighteenth century the sculptor Antonio Canova had here his workshop.

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Palazzo Molin

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Church of the Raffaele Angel

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Church of San Nicola da Tolentino

A 16th century church based on a plan by V. Scamozzi, featuring an eight-columned Corinthian portico inspired by the 
Palladian style. Important paintings in the interior include works by J. Palma il Giovane and The Annunciation by L....

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Church of San Tomà

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Bridge of the Guglie

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Leads

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Museum of Glass (Murano)

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Church of Sant'Andrea della Zirada

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Murano Cathedral

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Church of Santa Maria degli Angeli (Murano)

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Monument to Tetrarchi

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Island of Sant'Erasmo

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Great Teaching School

One of the Guildhalls of Venice, a 17th century construction that has lost a large part of its original art inheritance: today, having been restored, it serves as an exhibition hall. 
The organ casing doors in the Chapter Room are by J. Palma...

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Palazzo Bernardo

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Contarini Palace From Zaffo Polignac

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Palazzo Contarini Fasan

Named thus because of the owners believed love of shooting pheasant, this is a highly decorated palace dating to about 1475. 
A pointed arch building with both constructive and decorative elements which foreshadow the Renaissance, it has...

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Cinema Palace

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Palazzo Soranzo Van Axel

An interesting 15th Century private edifice, it still has its original 15th century portal and a richly decorated interior; a very beautiful courtyard in the typical style of Venetian Gothic.

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Palazzo Surian Bellotto

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Zaguri Palace (or Pasqualini)

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Palazzo Zane Collalto

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Palazzo Gritti Morosini

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Palazzo Duodo

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Palazzo Foscarini

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Franciscan Monastery - State Archive

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Manin Field

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Varoteri School