Venice Palace 5

The Palace is a large building of gothic origin; its facades look onto the street (salisaza) San Stae Canal are characterised by their large Serlian windows

The Palace is a large building of gothic origin; its facades look onto the street (salisazata) San Stae Canal are characterized by their large Serlian windows, a common characteristic in Venetian architecture during the 17th and 18th centuries. It was rebuilt at the beginning of the 17th century, when it attained its present appearance. A large central hall (pòrtego) was used for official functions and goes right through the building, flanked by the other rooms and its interior is typical of all Venetian patrician homes. Frescoes and furnishing in the first piano nobile are in Rococo or Neo-classic style. Many of the rooms are decorated with paintings celebrating the family’s glories.

The Palace , formerly also Dogale Palace as the seat of the Doge , a symbol of the city of Venice and Venetian Gothic masterpiece
In the musical and artistic heart of Venice, there is a house where every guest feels at home. Looking down onto the Fenice Canal or lounging on the sofa
This private palace is one of the most illustrious and larges palaces on the Grand Canal in Venice.