In the second Piano Nobile in the Cembalo room in Ca‘ Rezzonico Museum are displayed pieces of the highly admired second Venetian porcelain production by Geminiano Cozzi. Let us discover what made Cozzi such a successful and long lasting porcelain producer in Venice
Venice is honouring the Venetian painter Tintoretto on the 500th anniversary of his birth. This post proposes a brief analysis of one of his artworks that you can admire in the Doge’s Palace: Tintoretto’s Paradise in the Great Council room is possibly one of the largest oil paintings on canvas ever executed.
The Querini Stampalia garden was designed by the architect Carlo Scarpa in Venice in the early 1960s and stands out as a true symbol of Venice, representing many aspects of this city where gardens are secret and lie hidden to most visitors.
The Ducal Palace and the Basilica of Saint Mark are considered the most important sights to visit in Venice. If you are planning to see them with your family, but are worried that it can be hard to select the information for your children or are concerned about crowds, you might appreciate to read the following post.
What makes Venetian Gothic so unique? Take an architecture tour with the Best Venice Guides to discover our favorite Gothic palazzos, including the most famous examples along the Grand Canal as well as some hidden gems.
Caterina Cornaro is one of the most famous Venetian ladies. She was married in the 15th Century to the King of Cyprus when she just a beautiful 16 years’ old girl, ruled then as a widower for a few years before she was forced to give the strategic island to the Venetian Republic.