Palazzo Ducale - Doge’s Palace is an impressive structure composed of layers of building elements and ornamentation, from its 14th and 15th century original foundations to the significant Renaissance and opulent Mannerist adjunctions.
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The Doge's Palace is a palace built in Venetian Gothic style, and one of the main landmarks of the city of Venice in northern Italy. The palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the supreme authority of the former Venetian Republic. It was founded in 1340, and extended and modified in the…
A masterpiece of Gothic architecture, the Doge’s Palace is an impressive structure composed of layers of building elements and ornamentation, from its 14th and 15th century original foundations to the significant Renaissance and opulent Mannerist adjunctions. I highly suggest a guided tour.
If you have time for one museum in Venice, go to the BEST, thee kings palace so to speak.. Palazzo Ducale
sede del Doge, uno dei simboli della città di Venezia e capolavoro del gotico veneziano, è un edificio che sorge nell'area monumentale di piazza San Marco, nel sestiere di San Marco, tra l'omonima piazzetta e il molo di Palazzo Ducale, contiguamente alla basilica di San Marco. Da non perdere…
Formerly the Doge's residence and the seat of Venetian government, the Palace is the very symbol of Venice and a masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
“The most famous church in the island. Simply wonderful. Guided tour suggested. ”
“One of the first places you have to Visit, here you can get a ticket with no cue which is also Valid for entrance to the Doges Palace, equivalent of a Kings Palace. ”
“For lovers of modern art, Venice is home to the most important and extraordinary personal collection of the American collector Peggy Guggenheim. A collection that will leave you dreaming, with its works by famous artists such as Picasso, Mondrian and Brancusi. ”
“Rialto , Erberia , San Giacometto square , here you find traditional and modern places . You may choose to have a glass of wine sitting at a table outside , enjoyng the view on the Canal Grande or standing in the square to make small talks . Others prefer to go at the next Campo Bella Vienna to eat Cicchetti (fingerfood) and dancing to the rhythm of the music of the nearby bar .”
“Pre-19th Century art to take your breath away! Includes the largest collection of Venetian art. The old part of the building itself is grand and magnificient, definitely worth visiting!”