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Towards the Grand Canal, the small palace from the late 14th century has two characteristic porches in wood wich are - concerning the buiding's typology - are original, but substantially date from the 19th or 20th century as well as the windows in the upper mezzanine. A piano nobile with an incrustated loggia of fifth order is arranged above a water floor and a mezzanine.
Fortunately, traditional lead glass windows in their right position inside the rooms were integrated during the last restoration of Palazzo Falier Canossa.
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Venice architecture - palaces