Located on the Grand Canal, Cà Rezzonico was the last building planned by famous Baroque architect Baldassare ... More
Located on the Grand Canal, Cà Rezzonico was the last building planned by famous Baroque architect Baldassare Longhena. The interior is a reconstruction of an 18th-century palace, with original restored furnishings. The Venetian decor is splendid, particularly in the ballroom with its stunning trompe l'oeil, and the nuptial room, which has richly decorated dressing tables. Today, the palace is a museum dedicated to the Venice of the 18th Century and comprises beautiful furnishings as well as the many works of art. There are frescoes by Tiepolo and paintings by Guardi, Canaletto and Longhi that are worth checking out.
Situated near the Cà Foscari and Cà Rezzonico universities, on the border with the Galleria dell'Accademia , Dorsoduro is an
area with many bars and coffee shops. Sottosopra is open all day, serving breakfast and quick snacks that can ...
San Polo and Santa Margherita are the largest piazzas in Venice. Coming from San Tomà the church is barely visible
and the bell tower, detached from the building, is visible from the other side of the three meter wide ...
This non profit exhibition space is located in the hotspot location very near Campo Santo Stefano, Grassi Palace and the
Levi Foundation. A+A mainly features temporary exhibitions displaying contemporary paintings by both Italian and international artists.
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