|Date:||14th century, 18th century|
|Address:||Castello 2837, 6512|
The palace, originally gothic, was partially rebuilt in the 18th century, probably by a follower of Andrea Tirali. Only the part towards the Rio di San Giovanni Laterano has been modified. It can be accessed via a large private bridge that today is in a bad state. The rear part still has partially bricked up arches of fourth order. Frescoes by Bevilacqua and Cedini are preserved in the palace, today property of a branch of the Marcello family.
Palazzo Zon Zotta is another denomination of this palace, which is currently at least partially for sale.
© 1999-2007 J.-Ch. Rößler
Venice architecture - palaces