Cà Foscari, un particolare dell'albero nel cortile interno.

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The palace, built in 1453 at the behest of Doge Francesco Foscari, is now the seat of the Ca 'Foscari University of Venice.

It is located "in the vault of the Canal", the widest bend of the Grand Canal and enjoys an extraordinary view that extends from the Rialto bridge to the Charity complex. It is one of the most elegant examples of Venetian Gothic. It was the residence of the Doge and his family. The building not only had an exclusive and private function but acquired a public dimension of great prestige. Among the important "foreign" guests who came to Ca 'Foscari, we remember

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