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Lively and homely timeless place where you can buy fish products of the highest quality: baby octopus, cuttlefish, moleche and spider crabs, are just some examples of what you can find in this place.
Flour warehouse or granary
This sixteenth-century building served for centuries as the "granary" of the Serenissima.
Fontego dei Tedeschi
The Fontego (Fondaco in Italian) has the nickname "of the Germans" to encompass all merchants from the Nordic countries.
Fontego dei Turchi
The façade is hinged between two turrets and has a porticoed ground floor for access to the water, one of the largest in Venice and second only to that of Palazzo Ducale; this characteristic and common feature of the warehouses (Fontego in Venetia
Fontego del Megio
Aesthetically, it is one of the bareest palaces in Venice with its dark brick facade but you can easily understand what its role could be: storing huge quantities of goods.
Former Hospital of the Incurables
The former Ospedale degli Incurabili is a large building of sixteenth-century origin on two floors with a white facade and base covered with Istrian stone, located at the Fondamenta delle Zattere dello Spirito Santo, between the Ponte degli Incura
Former monastery of San Giorgio Maggiore
Originally, in the 10th century, the monastery was built by Blessed Giovanni Morosini in 982 at the behest of Doge Tribuno Memmo who gave it to him for this purpose.
Former monastery of San Michele in Isola
The monastery of San Michele was established in the thirteenth century, passing from an initial hermit form to a later conventual one.
Former Scuola Grande di Santa Maria della Carità
Built in 1260, it was one of the oldest Grand Schools in Venice and is part of the list of the so-called "dei Battuti" schools.
House of Tintoretto
The Tintoretto house is a tall and narrow building dating back to the fifteenth century in Gothic style with a splendid three-light window on the first floor.
Magazzini del Sale
This huge monumental complex was built approximately at the beginning of the 15th century in a nerve center of the city: in fact, along these foundations, there was one of the main landing places for boats that brought materials and goods to Venic
Built in the nineteenth century at the behest of Giovanni Stucky, entrepreneur and financier of a noble Swiss family.
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