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Ala Napoleonica or Procuratie Nuovissime
The derogatory name of ‘Napoleonic Wing’ derives from the decision of Bonaparte to demolish the church of San Geminiano (a very old place of worship which was rebuilt in the XVI century by Jacopo Sansovino) in fav
Ca' Bernardo or Palace Giustinian Bernardo
Small building dating back to the 17th century. It can be found immediately after the Museo del Settecento Veneziano in Cà Rezzonico along the Grand Canal by vaporetto, towards Rialto.
Ca' Corner della Ca' Granda
The particular facade is to be attributed to the genius of the well-known architect Jacopo Sansovino who interpreted the pro-papal character of the owners and created, in his Roman style, a small "revolution" at an architectural level in Venice in
Ca' Corner della Regina
The old building, in Gothic style and of extreme beauty, was demolished in favor of the current construction. This took place between 1724 and 1728 on a project by the architect Domenico Rossi and on behalf of the Corner family of San Cassiano.
This majestic palace that overlooks the Grand Canal was built, by the will of the merchant Marino Contarini, between 1421 and 1443.
The construction of the current seat of the city hall of Venice is attested between the twelfth and thirteenth centuries: tradition attributes Ca 'Farsetti as the home of Enrico Dandolo, Doge and leader during the conquest of Constantinople; this
The palace, built in 1453 at the behest of Doge Francesco Foscari, is now the seat of the Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.
The construction, commissioned by Giovanni Pesaro, one of the exponents of the noble family of the same name, was entrusted to Baldassarre Longhena.
The building was started by the well-known architect Baldassare Longhena at the request of the Bon family who underestimated the expenses to invest every single fund in it; despite their efforts, after a certain period of time during which only th
Casa dei Tre Oci or De Maria
This residence represents a particular and fascinating example of Venetian neo-Gothic architecture of the early twentieth century.
Casa Gatti Casazza
Casa Gatti Casazza is characterized by an initial exquisitely Gothic layout (as evidenced by the beautiful windows - single trefoil lancet windows - which can be seen from Campo San Marcuola) but it is evident how the original features were transf
Built by Leone Romanin-Jacur in 1872, the spinning mill is an ancient silk factory consisting of a central body, where the machine and spinning room were located, and two side wings with a portico.
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