|Date:||13th, 14th century|
At least at the exterior well-conserved example of a late byzantine palace and important part of the Campo Santa Maria Formosa. It seems to have been lately restored. Parts were converted into a hotel. Note the typical decorations in stone and patere directly above the pointed arches.
The palaces still has neoclassic frescoes in some of the piano nobile rooms.
Piano nobile arches of third order with sculptured disks
© 1999-2007 J.-Ch. Rößler
Venice architecture - palaces