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50,000,000Area: 3500 sqm
Energy rating: G
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Palace on Canal Grande in Venice
Splendid palace on the Grand Canal of Venice. Historic building overlooking the Grand Canal towards San Marco, just a few meters from the Rialto Bridge. The building has 5 floors (from ground to roof floor) covering an area of 3500 square meters. This Venitian palazzo has frescoes of great value and magnificent lounge rooms. The project proposal includes the construction of a luxury 5-star hotel with 19 suites. Exclusive landing place for boats: this is a real plus for this exclusive property of absolute value on the Grand Canal. the Palazzo, a historic residence built in the 15th century, is located on Venice’s renown Grand Canal. A ten minute walk from St. Mark’s Square, the prestigious building stands out through the architectural integrity of its late Gothic facade, erected in the second half of the 1400s. Its interiors contain a luxurious artistic heritage and offer unique glimpses of the Rialto Bridge. Palazzo was built in the middle of the 15th century. In the 1600s, the noble family, one of the most renown historian of the Republic of Venice, gathered his entire library in a great hall within the prestigious residence. The privileged position of this historical building and the spaciousness of the interiors make Palazzo truly unique. Thanks to the building’s three open sides, its scenic context offers spectacular glimpses of Venice, and has been a source of inspiration for modern painters and vedutisti. In the 1500s, the palazzo appeared in a famous work by Jacopo de Barbari, a renown painter and etcher in Northern Europe. Canaletto, the most important artist in the Venetian Vedutismo movement of the 1700s, was also fascinated by the view from the Palazzo to the grand Canal, and captured this unique setting in a painting that is now part of the collection of the Gemäldegalerie in Dresden. Palazzo has over 200 windows. Light penetrates through numerous openings which offer unique and unforgettable views of Venice. Compared to other buildings on the Grand Canal, the historic residence has the advantage of four access points on the water and a frontal mooring on the Canal itself. The projection of the western facade offers a agical view of Rialto.
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