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Top 66 Attractions in Veneto

Popular Veneto landmarks and tourist spots

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    A view of the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy.
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    Thanks to its canals, Venice is known to be one of the most magical places on earth. The city is a testament to the ingenuity of the human spirit and man-made invention. Stone buildings of great beauty sit on the water; boats of varying sizes traverse the canals the way cars, trucks, and buses crowd the streets of more conventional cities; crowds throng the bridges and narrow pedestrian streets ...

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    One of the famous gondolas in Venice, Italy.
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    Venice's iconic symbol, gondolas, are a traditional, flat-bottomed rowing boat that was once the preferred means for Venetians to get around the city’s canals. These wooden boats are made by hand in special workshops known as squeri, with some still in operation today. A ride in one of these remains one of the top things to do in Venice by tourists. During the 17th and 18th centuries, it is estimated that there were between eight and ten thousand gondolas in the city, with vaporetti now the main means of getting around ...

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    Facade view of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco in Venice, Veneto, Italy.
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    Dating to the 16th century, the Scuola Grande di San Rocco is one of the most beautiful buildings in Venice. It was constructed from white marble to house a charitable society dedicated to San Rocco, regarded by many as a protector against the plague. It was designed like most other scuole in Venice, with two halls (one on the ground floor and the other above), with a staircase and landing topped by a dome connecting the two ...

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    Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari Church in Venice, Veneto, Italy.
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    Situated on the Campo dei Frari at the center of the neighborhood-district of San Polo, the Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari is an important church in Venice. Affectionately known as the “Frari”, construction began on the church around 1340 by the Franciscans and its immense campanile (the second tallest in the city) was completed in 1396. The Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari is constructed from brick and one of three Venetian churches built in the Italian Gothic style ...

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    Aerial view of the Santa Maria Assunta Cathedral on the island of Torcello in Venice, Italy.
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    Considered the “parent island” of Venice, Torcello lies at the Venetian Lagoon's northern end. It was first settled in the 5th century, developing into a bustling commercial town with its own cathedral by the 12th century and believed to be where Venice’s population originated. While it once contained palaces, churches, shipyards, and docks, only two churches and a small collection of homes remain ...

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    A view of the upper facade of the Santa Maria dei Miracoli church in Venice, Italy.
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    Nicknamed the “marble church”, Santa Maria dei Miracoli is one of the best-preserved examples of early Venetian Renaissance architecture. It was designed by Pietro Lombardo and built between 1481 and 1489 to enshrine a picture of the Virgin Mary, with the plans expanded in 1484 to include a new convent. The convent was built to house the nuns of St. Clare on the church's eastern edge and connected by an enclosed walkway that no longer stands ...

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    Part of the Lido di Venezia sandbar in Venice, Italy.
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    Separating the Venetian Lagoon from the Adriatic Sea, the Lido di Venezia is a 12-kilometer-long strip of sand that is considered Europe’s first beach resort. It was once the place to be seen for celebrities and royalty, with grand hotels and Art Nouveau villas lining its golden sands. It’s just a short vaporetto ride from St. Mark’s, in Venice, to Lido, which is more residential and less touristy than Venice's center ...

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    A raising view of the San Marco Campanile at St. Mark's Square in Venice, Italy.
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    One of Venice's most iconic landmarks, the Campanile di San Marco is the soaring bell tower of Saint Mark’s Basilica. It stands alone in a corner of Piazza San Marco near the front of the basilica and towers to a height of almost 100 meters. It features a fluted brick shaft and a loggia that surrounds a belfry housing five bells. A cube tops this with faces depicting the Lion of St ...

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    An angled view of Venice's Clock Tower at St.Mark's Square.
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    Towering on the northern side of Piazza San Marco near the entrance to the Merceria, the Torre dell’Orologio adjoins the eastern end of the Procuratie Vecchie. This Renaissance clock tower, and popular point of interest, dates to the late 15th century and was designed to exhibit Venice's wealth and strategically placed to be visible from the lagoon waters. The terrace at the top of the tower features two bronze figures known as the “Moors”, which strike the hours on a bell ...

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    Exterior view of the Santi Giovanni e Paolo church in Venice, Veneto.
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    One of the largest churches in Venice, Santi Giovanni e Paolo is located in the Castello sestiere and was built on the remains of an earlier church. Doge Jacopo Tiepolo donated the land after he experienced a vivid dream in which white doves flew over it. Most of Venice’s doges had their funerals within Santi Giovanni de Paolo in the post-15th century, with 25 buried at the basilica. Santi Giovanni e Paolo is designed in an Italian Gothic style, with its brick construction completed in the 1430s ...

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    An overall view of the Santa Margherita Square in Venice, Veneto, Italy.
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    Situated near the University of Venice, Campo Santa Margherita is a prominent city square in the Dorsoduro sestiere. It is named after a church that once stood on its northern side and has long been home to fisherman’s stalls and a small vegetable market. Its proximity to the university and the St. Lucia train station makes it a popular gathering place, with a number of significant buildings lining the square ...

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    A view of the Campo San Barnaba from a canal in Venice.
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    Located in Venice's lively Dorsoduro sestiere, the Campo San Barnaba is a little square named after the San Barnaba Church that stands by it. This Neoclassical church was dedicated to the Apostle Saint Barnabas and dates to 1776. It was reconstructed based on designs by Lorenzo Boschetti. It features a 11th-century campanile with a pinecone-shaped spire that is slightly detached from the main church ...

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  • 18 Murano

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    A canal on a Murano island in Venice, Italy.
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    Renowned for its long tradition of glassmaking, Murano is a series of seven islands linked by bridges in the Venetian Lagoon. Jump aboard a vaporetto and make the short ride across the lagoon to visit Murano’s Museo del Vetro and shop for locally crafted glasswork. The Museo del Vetro is located within the 17th-century Palazzo Giustinian and features a magnificent collection of Venetian glass dating back to Roman times ...

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  • 19 Lake Garda

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    A town by the Lake of Garda in northern Italy.
    Lake Garda is the largest and probably the most popular Italian lake, situated halfway between Milan and Venice. With its 50km length and 20km width, it covers three regions. Home to a collection of traditional towns that have retained its character and culture and at a stone's throw from Italy’s most iconic cities is Lake Garda, a perfect destination for everyone ...

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    Verona Arena Structures picture, picture of Verona Arena
    The Arena di Verona is an ancient Roman amphitheater located in Verona (province of Veneto, in northern Italy) that could accommodate about 30,000 spectators. The amphitheater has a height of 32 meters. Often considered the third Roman amphitheater by its dimensions, after the Flavian amphitheater (Colosseum) in Rome and the amphitheater in Capua. The Verona amphitheater is, however, the best preserved. The cavea (public seating part of Roman theaters or amphitheaters) is about 138 meters long and about 110 meters wide ...

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    The Asiago War Memorial on a hill.
    The Asiago War Memorial, also known as Sacrario del Leiten, is a monument built to the memory of World War 1 combatants that fought in the Battle of Asiago. It was created by Orfeo Rossato and displayed to the public in 1938. ...

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  • 22 Doge's Palace

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    A view of Doge's Palace in Venice, Italy.
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    One of Venice's biggest attractions is the spectacular Doge's Palace, also known as the Palazzo Ducale. Much of the present building dates from the 15th century – although an earlier building on the spot may date back to the 9th century - has been rebuilt and added several times. The building was constructed in a dazzling pink and white marble design and has been described - fairly accurately - as an oversized wedding cake ...

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    View of the two famous columns of San Marco and San Teodoro in Venice, Italy.
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    Located overlooking the water in Piazza San Marco, the Colonna di San Marco e San Teodoro are two columns topped with bronze and marble statues that honor Venice’s patron saints. San Marco Evangelista is depicted as a winged lion on the Column of the Lion, while San Teodoro is seen atop the other. Together with Palazzo Ducale and the Marciana Library docks, they greet visitors accessing Piazza San Marco from the sea. The Colonna di San Marco e San Teodoro were constructed by Nicolò Barattiero under the dogato of Sebastiano Ziani during the 12th century when Piazza San Marco was being enlarged ...

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    An aeral view of the Santa Maria della Salute cathedral by the Grand Canal in Venice.
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    Santa Maria della Salute, a Roman Catholic church, is positioned on the narrow Punta della Dogana that lies between the Grand Canal and the Giudecca Canal in Venice. Construction began in 1631 following a devastating outbreak of the plague, and the church was dedicated to Our Lady of Deliverance (“Salute”), with many of its artworks referencing the “Black Death”. The church's site was selected as it allowed for an easy procession from Piazza San Marco during the Festa della Madonna della Salute, which saw the city’s officials parade to the church in gratitude for deliverance from the plague ...

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    An overview of St. Mark's square in Venice, Italy.
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    The emperor Napoleon supposedly described it as 'the finest drawing room in all of Europe', and if you visit Piazza San Marco in Venice, it's easy to agree with him. The square, also known as Saint Mark's Square – dedicated to the city's patron saint - is one of the most beautiful public squares in Europe.St. Mark's is also one of the few large squares given over to pedestrians rather than vehicles. It's the only square in Venice known as a piazza – the other squares are technically called campi ...

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    The Bridge of Sighs in Venice, Italy.
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    The Bridge of Sighs is a bridge in Venice that creates a connection between the prison and the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace). It crosses the Rio di Palazzo canal and is made of limestone. The bridge was built in 1600 under the supervision of Antonio Contino, the nephew of the architect of the Rialto Bridge.   The name stands from the stories that prisoners would get a quick glance at the beautiful city when being moved back from the Palace to their cells ...

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    A part of the Venetian Arsenal complex in Venice, Italy.
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    Established by the Italian Royal Navy in 1919 (just after World War I), the Museo Storico Navale (Museum of Naval History) is located in Venice's Castello district. It highlights the city's naval and maritime history and its famous Arsenale (Arsenal), with a fascinating collection of ship models and old weapons. Venice was once the most feared maritime power in the Mediterranean, with the Arsenale the largest shipbuilding complex on the continent until the end of the 17th century ...

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    Zoomed view of the facade of the Gallerie Dell'Accademia in Venice.
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    Dedicated to pre-19th-century art, the Gallerie dell’Accademia is one of Venice’s most famous art museums. It’s situated on the Grand Canal's southern bank and originally served as the gallery of the Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia until the art school was relocated to the Ospedale degli Incurabili in 2004. The Gallerie dell’Accademia is situated at the prestigious Scuola Grande de Santa Maria della Carità (the oldest of the six Scuole Grandi) within a building that dates to 1343 ...

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    The facade of the Daneli Hotel in Venice.
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    Hotel Danieli is a historic hotel in Venice, located on the Schiavoni quay, at the corner of the Rio del Vin, not far from St. Mark's Square and the Doge's Palace. It occupies the former Dandolo Palace, the name of a family that gave several doges to the city. The hotel offers a privileged view of the lagoon and San Giorgio Maggiore. The interior contains works of art, original furniture and Murano glass lamps, tapestries, pink marble columns ...

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    Front view of the Sanctuario della Beata Vergine della Salute sactuary in Abano Terme, Italy.
    The Sanctuary was built in 1435, following an apparent Marian apparition, while one of the periodic plague epidemics was raging.  Pietro Falco, an injured military at the time, decided to retire in prayer in a grove at the foot of Monteortone to find relief from his ailments. Towards the end of May 1428, the Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, would have appeared to him and invited him to immerse himself in the ancient thermal spring ...

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    The Widmann-Foscari villa in the Riviera del Brenta area of Venice, Italy.
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    The Riviera del Brenta is a beautiful countryside area by the city and lagoon of Venice. The idyllic green surroundings attracted many Venetian royalties to build their villas along the 16th-century old canal, which was only a stone’s throw from Venice. The famous Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio designed many of the luxurious residences of Riviera del Brenta which were more functional in design at first ...

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    The balcony of Juliet's house in Verona.
    Juliet's house and its balcony is the inspirational location of where Shakespeare's famous characters (Romeo and Juliet) were secretly meeting. You may want to read that sentence again... Therefore, since there was no real Juliet, then her balcony has been placed at that specific location by sheer imagination. Strangely, however, this beautiful 14th-century house in Verona makes us believe that we are actually visiting the historical site of a famous real person ...

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    A picture of the Palazzo Fontana Rezzonico along the Grand Canal in Venice.
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    This palace, owned by the Rezzonico family, was built in the 1600s. It is located in the Sestiere Cannaregio overlooking the Grand Canal at the confluence of the Rio di San Felice between Casa Levi Morenos and Palazzo Miani Coletti Giusti, not far from Ca' d'Oro. It is also the birthplace of Carlo Rezzonico, who became Pope Clement VIII ...

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    The Punta della Dogana museum at the end of the Grand Canal in Venice.
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    Punta della Dogana is a Venice museum of art located in an old building, used for customs, named Dogana del Mar. The 'Punta' represents the tip of a geographical triangle in Venice. The other two points of the triangle are where the Giudecca Canal falls into the Grand Canal and the spectacular Santa Maria della Salute.  The Patriarchal Seminary would be along the triangle's baseline ...

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    The entrance to the Monastero Benedettino San Daniele in Abano Terme, Italy.
    The Monastery was founded by the Montagnon lords to honor the holy martyr Daniel. His bones were found on 26 December 1075 under the floor of the church of Santa Giustina in Padova. The founders entrusted the monastery to a community of Benedictine monks. During the fourteenth century, the Great Catholic-Orthodox Schism created a serious spiritual crisis that affected San Daniele's community ...

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    A tunnel along the Strada del Vecchio Trenino path
    The "Road of the old train" is an old railway path that was converted into a pedestrian and bike path. Along its approximate 15km length, there are multiple remnants of the charm and history of the steam train era. ...

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    An old picture of the damaged Forte Interrotto of Asiago.
    Fort Interrotto was a military barracks built in the 19th century and partially fortified as a fortress at the First World War outbreak. It was meant to defend the Italian border against the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The fortress is located at 1,392 meters above sea level in the municipality of Asiago. The name of the fort derives its name from the mountain on which it was built, precisely Monte Interrotto (Italianization of the Cimbrian germanic term "Hinterrucks", which means "mountain placed to the north") ...

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    A front view of the Palazzo Pisani Moretta in Venice, Italy.
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    Nestled between Palazzo Tiepolo and Palazzo Barbarigo della Terrazza on the banks of the Grand Canal, Palazzo Pisani Moretta is a historic 15th-century residence built by the Bembo family. It later became home to the wealthy Pisani Moretta family and was extended over successive centuries, eventually taking on its current appearance in the 18th century. The facade of Palazzo Pisani Moretta is designed in a flamboyant Venetian Gothic style, with arched doorways opening onto the canal and mullioned windows with point arches along its two floors ...

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  • 45 Ca' da Mosto

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    The porch of the Ca da Mostro in Venice.
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    Ca' da Mosto is one of Venice's oldest palaces. It is located in the Cannaregio district and overlooks the Grand Canal not far from the Rialto Bridge. Renovated many times, it presents an interesting facade partly built according to the stylistic features of the Venetian-Byzantine style architecture ...

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    Behind the altar in San Zulian Church.
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    San Giuliano (in Venetian San Zulian) is a Catholic church in Venice, Italy. The church depends on the parish of San Salvador. It is located in the sestiere of San Marco, not far from St. Mark's Square. The church is in Renaissance style; its plan is rectangular. The façade was designed by Jacopo Sansovino, and finished after his death in 1570 by Alessandro Vittoria ...

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    The poster for the Casanova Museum in Venice.
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    The Casanova Museum and Experience is a multimedia museum dedicated to one of the greatest figures in Venice's history, Giacomo Casanova. The museum's objective is to revive the colors and emotions of the city of the Doges through the life and thoughts of Casanova. And above all to rehabilitate the man of letters, too often reduced to the most famous seducer in history. "We should reconsider him a little ...

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    The Palazzo Soranzo by the Campo San Polo.
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    Palazzo Soranzo is a palace composed of two adjacent buildings located in the Sestiere San Polo on Campo San Polo's east side. The palace was built in the 14th century by the Soranzos, a noble family that included a Doge of the Republic of Venice, Giovanni Soranzo, as well as 16 'Procurators of San Marco'. Giovanni Soranzo let Dante Alighieri live in this residence when he was the ambassador of the noble family Da Polenta from Ravenna ...

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  • 49 Palazzo Falier

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    The Palazzo Falier viewed from the canal.
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    Palazzo Falier is a palace in Venice in the Veneto region of Italy. It is located by the Rio dei Santi Apostoli canal in the historic sestieri (neighborhood) of Cannaregio. The former Doge and military commander who tried a coup in April 1355, Marino Falier, took residence in this Palace before being executed. The building originated in a simple form in the 11th century, was destroyed by fire, and was rebuilt in 1105 ...

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    The Royal Gardens Park in Venice.
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    The Giardini Reali (Royal Gardens) of Venice are public gardens, created in 1806 in Venice and covering 5,500 square meters. They are located between Piazza San Marco and the Bacino di San Marco and close to the main vaporetto's pier. It is a small patch of greenery that can be admired from the Grand Canal. They were built in 1806, at the request of Napoleon, who had the project to restructure St ...

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    The Campo della Maddalena square.
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    Campo della Maddalena is one of the most representative squares in Venice, but which most visitors ignore. A small campo that doesn't look like much, close to the busy axis that goes from the train station to the Rialto Bridge. It's a typical small city square in Venice. A well in the center used to supply water to the square inhabitants with houses all around with their typical high Venetian fireplaces ...

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  • 52 Campo San Stin

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    Part of the Campo San Stin Plaza in Venice.
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    Campo San Stin is a field in Venice, in the San Polo district, not far from Campo dei Frari and the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista. The plaza dates back to around the sixteenth-century. It has the characteristics of a Venetian meeting place. The house of Barbacani, the other low houses all around, and the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista nearby make this area particularly revealing about how residents used to display their wealth ...

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    The Campo Bandiera e Moro in Venice.
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    The Campo Bandiera e Moro is a city square on the eastern part of Venice's main island.  The name of the square was named Campo Bragora, from the island's name, in the first half of its history. But then it was renamed Campo Bandiera e Moro in honor of the Bandiera brothers (Emilio and Attilio) and Domenico Moro who fought and died for Italy in 1844 during Cosenza rebellions ...

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    The Campo Santa Fosca Church and Paolo Sarpi monument.
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    The Campo Santa Fosca is a square in the Cannaregio sisteri (neighborhood) of Venice. It is mainly famous for its church and a statue dedicated to Paolo Sarpi, a highly regarded Venetian of the 16-17th centuries. The church of Santa Fosca (Chiesa di Santa Fosca) is a religious building in Venice, located in the district of Cannaregio ...

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    The Casa di Gardella alle Zattere.
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    The house at Zattere is a multi-story residential building in Venice, located on the fondamenta delle Zattere in front of the Giudecca Canal. Built between 1958 and 1962 to a design by architect Ignazio Gardella, it is a rare and important example of modern architecture in the lagoon city. The house stands along the fondamenta delle Zattere, facing the Giudecca canal; the side façade faces the narrow Calle dello Zuccaro ...

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    The Palazzo Dolfin Manin from the Grand Canal.
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    Palazzo Dolfin Manin is a Venetian palace in the Sestiere San Marco, whose main façade overlooks the Grand Canal. The building is located not far from the Rialto Bridge, next to Palazzo Bembo. Today the building houses a branch of the Banca d'Italia. The palace was built for the Dolfin family starting in 1536 when the new one replaced the two previous buildings ...

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  • 58 Palazzo Ariani

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    The Ariani Palace.
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    Palazzo Ariani Minotto Cigogna is a Venetian palace. It is located in the sestiere-district of Dorsoduro, almost directly in front of the Church of Angelo San Raffaele and near the Church of San Sebastiano. The adjacent Ponte del Soccorso connects it to Ca' Zenobio degli Armeni. A Palazzo Ariani is documented in this place already in 845 ...

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    The Palazzo Morosini Brandolin.
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    Palazzo Morosini Brandolin is a palace in Venice in the Veneto region of Italy. It is located in the Sestiere San Polo overlooking the Grand Canal, between the Rio di San Cassiano and the Fondamenta dell'Olio, opposite the Ca' d'Oro. The Morosini family had the palace built in the Ca' Foscari style in the second half of the 15th century ...

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    The Equestrian statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni.
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    The Euqestrian Statue of Bartolomeo Colleoni is a bronze monument located in front of the San Zanipolo basilica in Venice, by the Campo dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo . The final artwork is the sequential creation of two sculptors, Andrea Del Verrochio from Florence from 1483 to 1488, and then by Alessandro Leopardi who made the final bronze casting of the statue. Bartolomeo Colleoni was a famous Italian condottiere of the fifteenth century ...

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    The Carta Gate.
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    Between St. Mark's Basilica and the Doge's Palace, there is one of the two entrances to the Palace itself, a majestic gateway all carved marble and in the center the Lion of St. Mark with, kneeling before him, the Doge Foscari. The work on the Porta della Carta began in 1439, ending in 1442 ...

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    The Palazzo dei Dieci by the Rialto Bridge.
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    The Palazzo dei Dieci Savi is a 16th-century palace that used to house the old Republic of Venice's finance minister until 1797. Antonio Abbondi was the architect in charge of its construction. Until a few years ago, it was the office of Venice's water management department. It is located just by the Rialto Bridge and the Grand Canal.Read more about the Palazzo dei Dieci Savi

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    View of the Campo San Salvador.
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    The Campo San Salvador is a small city square mostly used for transit on Venice's Rialto-San Marco or Rialto-Accademia route. Nevertheless, the campo merits a stop for those passing through to admire the facade of the church of San Salvador and, through the door of the palace adjacent to the church, its cloister. In the field there is also the Scuola Grande di San Teodoro ...

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    A street in Venice's Mercerie.
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    The Mercerie ( Marzarie in Venetian) is a set of streets that make up the main commercial artery of the city of Venice. It is located in the sestiere (district) of San Marco and connects St. Mark's Square to the Rialto area. The Mercerie holds the core shopping businesses of the lagoon city. Since the early days of the Republic of Venice, it was the main place to negotiate and buy imported goods ...

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    The Palazzi Barbaro by the Grand Canal.
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    The Palazzi Barbaro (also called Ca'Barbaro) are a pair of palaces joined together on the Grand Canal in Venice, which was the Barbaro Family's official residence. The first of the two palaces is made in the Gothic style and was built in 1425 by Giovanni Bon, a Venetian master. The second construction was executed in the Baroque style with a design made in 1694 by Antonio Gaspari, one of the greatest architects of the 17th century ...

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