Scola levantina nel ghetto di Venezia

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Similar in style to the Spanish Synagogue, this Scola was built in the 16th century by the Jewish community from the Near East. It underwent an initial restoration around 1680 (apparently under the Belluno-born Andrea Brustolon (1662 -1732) but, as for the other artists or architects who operated in the Ghetto, there is no irrefutable evidence of his presence. 

The main facade strikes the passer-by as it is completely independent from the neighboring houses (the only one of its kind in the Ghetto); it is composed of three orders of windows of different shapes and sizes s

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