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Magnificent residence dating back to the mid-sixteenth century, the result of the restructuring, on several occasions, of various pre-existing buildings belonging to the Mocenigo family. The works were started at the behest of the sons of Girolamo Loredan (second son of the famous Doge Leonardo) who acquired the area starting from 1536.

The building appears to be architecturally constituted in a different way from the usual Venetian palaces, starting from its elongated structure in a transversal sense but also from being in an "island", that is, the acquisitions of land and buildings following the year of the start of the works, they were aimed at the expansion of the residence and at maintaining the island character of the place.

Antonio Abbondi known as Scarpagnino was the architect who took care of the Renaissance renovation of the building, recovering, where possible, the remains of the past residence. Of the original construction, there are still constructive testimonies along the wall towards the stream and in the entrance hall the 15th century Gothic wellhead, in addition to the Istrian stone arches resting on late Gothic capitals.

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