Campo San Giacomo di Rialto — (Venipedia/Bazzmann)

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Campo San Giacomo was the area of ​​the Rialto Market dedicated to exchange negotiations and was known to be one of the most chaotic market areas and the center of the market itself.

The first document that mentions the market is Giovanni Diacono's "Chronicle" which reports the sad suppression of the body of Doge Pietro Candiano IV at the Rialto slaughterhouse in 976.

The field has a porch along the perimeter, called the Subportego del Bancogiro, created to connect the various shops, stores and offices that stood in the area and to circulate the large amount of people wh

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