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My free walk in Venice tours:

Free Walk in Venice tours - Cannaregio and the Jewish Ghetto tour

Free Walk in Venice tours - The heart and soul of Venice: Carampane and Rialto tour 

Free Walk in Venice tours - the hidden secrets of Venice and Dorsoduro: Venice off the beaten tracks

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 Free Walk in Venice tours - Cannaregio and the Jewish Ghetto tour

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My free walk in Venice tours:

Free Walk in Venice tours - Cannaregio and the Jewish Ghetto tour

Free Walk in Venice tours - The heart and soul of Venice: Carampane and Rialto tour 

Free Walk in Venice tours - the hidden secrets of Venice and Dorsoduro: Venice off the beaten tracks

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Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs in one go. Truman Capote
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My free walk in Venice tours:

Free Walk in Venice tours - Cannaregio and the Jewish Ghetto tour

Free Walk in Venice tours - The heart and soul of Venice: Carampane and Rialto tour 

Free Walk in Venice tours - the hidden secrets of Venice and Dorsoduro: Venice off the beaten tracks

***Please, keep in mind that this is not a daily walk, contact me leaving your email to have the updated calendar!*** This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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My free walk in Venice tours:

Free Walk in Venice tours - Cannaregio and the Jewish Ghetto tour

Free Walk in Venice tours - The heart and soul of Venice: Carampane and Rialto tour 

Free Walk in Venice tours - the hidden secrets of Venice and Dorsoduro: Venice off the beaten tracks

***Please, keep in mind that this is not a daily walk, contact me leaving your email to have the updated calendar!*** This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Do you love Venice and its art art? ❤️ On Sunday, 4th of March don't miss #domenicaalmuseo permitting you to enter all the #nationalmuseums in #venice free of charge

Venice is more than just a city, it is an inimitable symbol, an open-air museum. It is unique, just like the priceless salons of the Palazzo Abadessa, a historical residence that has retained all the allure and fascination of a Venetian aristocratic home Damask silk fabrics, frescoes and paintings fron the great masters of the past are the setting for an incredible environment.
An antique aristocratic home dating back to the XVIth century, the Palazzo was the residence of the Abbess Jeronima Calba before coming into the possession of the Priuli Family, doges od the Serenissima Republica Marinara. In the spacious garden, the stone statue of the Emperor Franz Josef bear witness to the fact that the Palazzo was also once the site of the Austro-Hungarian Embassy.
 
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San Simeone Piccolo is a church in the sestiere of Santa Croce in Venice, northern Italy. From across the Grand Canal it faces the railroad terminal serving as entrypoint for most visitors to the city. Built in 1718-38 by Giovanni Antonio Scalfarotto, the church shows the emerging eclecticism of Neoclassical architecture. It accumulates academic architectural quotations, much like the contemporaneous Karlskirche in Vienna. Wittkower, in his monograph, acknowledges San Simeone is modeled on the Pantheon with a temple-front pronaos, on the other hand, the peaked dome recalls Longhena's more embellished and prominent Santa Maria della Salute church. The centralized circular church design and the metal dome recalls Byzantine models and San Marco, though the numerous centrifugal chapels are characteristic of Post-Tridentine churches.  San Simeon Piccolo (technically named SS. Simeone e Giuda) is actually rather unimportant as far as Venice churches go, but it is most people's first view of Venice—and, if you've a long wait for your train, the thing you end up staring at longest—so it begs to be identified. Itwas one of the last churches built in Venice, in one of its poorer sestieri; closed for what seems like decades (most of us, actually, had long assumed it to be deconsecrated and boarded up permanently), it has recently had some restoration work done on the striking green (oxidized) copper dome and has reopened to the public.  Nowadays you can visit the stunning crypta.
It now holds the quirky status of being the only church in Venice to celebrate Mass in Latin, too.


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