Palazzo Barbarigo.

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The building can be dated around the second half of the 16th century as evidenced by the era of the still visible coat of arms of the Barbarigo family, which also gave the residence its name.

It is composed of the aggregation of two adjacent buildings and these are to be mentioned not so much for their significant architectural features as for their facing onto the Grand Canal, in confluence with the Rio della Maddalena and for their representation of a fashion in popular in the late sixteenth century Renaissance: fresco the facades with colorful pictorial allegories. There are tw

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