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Bosco dell'Osellino

It is rectangular in shape and has an extension of 8 hectares, between the Osellino canal and the Pertini district. Practically at one of the entrances to the center of Mestre, which often goes unnoticed by those who...

Bosco di Carpenedo

The Carpenedo Wood is a luxuriant green lung, which with its tranquility, its silence and its vegetation welcomes everyone with a soothing embrace. Witness of a bygone era, it is the last portion still intact in the...

Campanile della Valverde o di Sant'Angelo

The fourteenth-century bell tower of Valverde or Sant 'Angelo is located in the north-eastern area of ​​the island of Mazzorbo, where once there was a religious complex of considerable size, a witness that survived the...

Campanile di San Marco

St Mark’s Bell Tower, the highest building in Venice, is located in front of the St Mark’s Basilica, in front of the corner of the Sansovino Library. The base is a square...

Campanile di Santa Caterina

There are no certain sources on the dating of the bell tower of Santa Caterina but its architectural characteristics attribute it to the fourteenth century, as well as one of its bells. Before the Benedictine monastery...

Close-up of the Volto del Santo on the well from the well in the homonymous Campiello (or courtyard). - (Venipedia / Bazzmann Archive)

Campiello del Volto Santo

Traveling along Strada Nova towards Rialto - in the San Marcuola district and immediately after the bridge named after an icon depicting the Blessed Virgin - you come across this small field on the left,...

The Campiello delle Scuole

Campiello delle Scuole

The Campiello owes its name to the presence the Sephardi and Levantine synagogues. The Jewish Community of Venice preferes the name ​schole​, that is ​schools​, for the synagogues, a term used throughout Europe since...

The Frari's field

Campo dei Frari

The Friars Minor of the order of San Francesco (precisely called Frari), arrived in Venice in the thirteenth century (sources attest to its presence between 1222 and 1227). They lived on alms or practiced humble...

The Campo of the Ghetto Nuovo

Campo del Ghetto Nuovo

The extensive campo is surrounded by: a set of bas-reliefs dedicated to the Shoah, the Jewish retirement home, two kosher restaurants, another bas-relief in memory of the Shoah, a study room for the biblical texts of...

Campo de l'Abazia: the well well, the church and the old school of Santa Maria della Misericordia — (Venipedia/Bazzmann Archive)

Campo dell'Abbazia

The Campo dell'Abbazia (or as written in the Campo de l'Abazia nizioleto) can be reached by following different routes, one of these starts from Strada Nova, makes a short detour near the Church of San Felice, runs...

Field of the Madonna dell'Orto — (Venipedia/Bazzmann Archive)

Campo della Madonna dell'Orto

Beautiful terracotta flooring, consisting of 66 rectangular-shaped backgrounds and a central lane that connects the entrance door of the Church of Madonna dell'Orto and the river bank. Each square is delimited by...

Detail of the monument dedicated to Daniele Manin — (Venipedia/Bazzmann)

Campo Manin

Campo Manin is one of the major Venetian fields, in size and amplitude. It owes its current name to Daniele Manin, city hero in the revolution of 1848-49. In fact there is the monument dedicated to him - a bronze...