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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. On its facade there is a small marble statue representing Hercules with a club and a plaque in memory of Jacopo Robusti, Tintoretto, who lived in the house for twenty years. The residence is currently private and inhabited.

The foundations and the adjoining field take their name from the presence of 4 statues that the people commonly called Mori and to which an identity has been given: they were associated with the three Mastelli brothers and one of their servants. They appear to have come from the Morea and arrived in the lagoon in 1112.

The four sculptures are different from the tall one, three of these wear a large turban on their heads while the fourth is characterized by a metal nose, and not in marble; the latter, as confirmed by the same stone on the side of the head of the statue, should represent Sior Antonio Rioba, one of the Mastelli brothers, famous for his jokes and jokes about him like the Pasquino in Rome. Some believe that this ugly iron nose can bring good luck.

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