Zon Marcello Palace


Venice: Palazzo Zon Marcello - 16 kB

General remarks:

Date:14th century, 18th century
Address:Castello 2837, 6512
Current use:private
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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.

Related buildings


Zucchetta, Emanuela: Due soffitti inediti di Costantino Cedini, in: Arte veneta, 46.1994, pp. 69-72


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