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Piazza San Marco, Venice, is one of the most important Italian squares, renowned worldwide for its beauty and architectural integrity. It is the only urban area in Venice, which changes its name to piazza, as all other spaces in the form of the square are properly defined fields.
The square proper, i.e. the area enclosed between the Procuratie Vecchie and Nuove e quelle "brand new", presents an architectural development of rare beauty of the monumental complex of the basilica and just opposite, soaring, St Mark's campanile.
Between the Piazzetta dei Leoni and the Procuratie lies the so-called cl
Together to the campanile and St Mark's square, from which it takes its name, is the main monument of Venice and one of the symbols of Italy.
From the outside, divided into three different registers — lower floor, terrace, domes — the width, as in a city like Venice, which rests on a sandy soil, it tended to make the buildings in width, weighing more balanced.
Among the mosaics of the façade, the only one left of the original 13th century is one above the first on the left, the Allipius portal, which represents the entrance of the body of St mark in the basilica as it was then.
Among the works of
The Grand Canal (also for Venetians Canalazzo or "Canałaso") is the main Venice Canal about 4 Km.
Is supported over its whole length by magnificent buildings, largely between centuries XII and XVIII.
Ferries are the main means of transport for the people; some lines along the entire Canal, stopping near the wharves.
A masterpiece of Gothic Architecture, the Doge’s Palace is an accumulation of layer upon layer of building work and ornamentation, comprising the original foundations, the 14th-15th century structure, sizeable Renaissance additions and opulent Mannerist details. The structure is made up of three large blocks that incorporate previous constructions. The wing looking out towards St. Mark’s Basin (and containing the Hall of the Great Council) is the oldest, and was rebuilt from 1340 onwards. The wing towards the Piazza (formerly known as the Court Rooms) contains the Sala dello Scru
The bridge of sighs is constructed of Istrian stone, in Baroque style.
Known around the world, photographed by tourists from all over the world, by just two places from which is observable, (as well as gondolas) from Canonica bridge and the ponte della Paglia. He was given this name because legend has it that, at the time of the Serenissima, prisoners, crossing, sospirassero before the prospect of seeing for the last time the outside world.
The Rialto Bridge is one of four bridges, together with the Accademia bridge, the ponte degli Scalzi and the Constitution bridge, spanning the Grand Canal in Venice. Of the four, the Rialto Bridge is the oldest and certainly the most famous.
Two inclined ramps, with shops on both sides, leading to a central section. The whole deck is covered by a porch.
The Academy's Galleries are hosted on the Charity of the Church of Santa Maria della Carità, the Scuola Grande della Carità (the oldest in Venice), and the convent of the Lateran Canons in 1561 designed by Andrea Palladio. In the galleries, housed in 24 rooms, is the most important collection of Venetian painting from the 14th century to the 18th century, which some masterpieces like "the tempest" by Giorgione, "Piety" of Titian, "the cycle of Saint Ursula" stories from the same School and Carpaccio "The Feast in the House of Levi" by Veronese. On the top floor of the convent is the Palladian