Monuments in Venice

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  • Scuola Grande Dei Carmini

    Scuola Grande Dei Carmini

    One of the religious buildings in Venice, Scuola Grande Dei Carmini is also home of the Venetian Scuola. Designed by Baldassare Longhena and Francesco Caustello, this school of charity is dedicated to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel. Today, the chapel has a wooden roof along with an altarpiece of Virgin ...

    Monument Cultural
  • Ca d Oro

    Ca d Oro

    One of the beautiful palaces located on the Grand Canal, it is known as Ca d Oro meaning the ‘golden house’ as the walls of the palace once had a gilt and polychrome exteriors. However, today it is a white façade and was built for the Contarini family in 1430. ...

  • Negozio Olivetti

    Negozio Olivetti

    Constructed in the year 1958 on Piazza San Marco, this architectural delight was created by Carlo Scapa who was commissioned by Adriano Olivetti to convert a petite souvenir shop into an exhibit for typewriters, calculators and other related computing machines. It took Carlo two years to create such a space ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni

    Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni

    Established in the year 1451 by the Dalmatian community, this confraternity house was a cultural centre and today it is home to a great assortment of paintings by Carpaccio- a renowned artist who was known for painting religious and iconic personalities against the backdrop of Venetian architecture.

    Although ...

  • Scala Contarini del Bovolo

    Scala Contarini del Bovolo

    Although it is a palace but as of now, the only remains that are left here are the fading frescoes and the staircase. The only attraction that still draws tourists to this attraction is the outer spiral staircase of the palace. Yet another architectural marvel by ace architect Giovanni Candi, ...

  • Torre dell Orologio

    Torre dell Orologio

    Also known as Saint Mark's Clocktower, Torre dell Orologio is a renaissance structure that is located on the Piazza San Marco in Venice. Designed by Mauro Codussi, it is a huge tower comprising of a clock followed by buildings on either sides. Dating back to 15th century, the clock was often altered ...