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You know those places you just stumble upon by accident? I had walked up and down the street many a time but I was looking for something to occupy myself before dinner and decided to wander in. I'm glad I did.
The exhibit was all...More
There are a lot of museums charge expensive entry fees in Venice but this one is free to all. The time and space existence exhibition is superb. We really enjoyed the architectures of some famous airports designs around the world. From terraces on the first...More
We came here because it was open.
The personal structures open borders exhibit was here.
I really liked this. I wasn't sure I would but there was something for everyone.
I won't lie some of the exhibits were not my thing but many were.
The Personal Structures group show is spread between Palazzos Mora and Bembo as well as other spaces across Venice. It consists of 200 or so artists, from mega names like Jeff Koons and Marina Abramovic to equally influential ones like Francois Morellet, Joseph Kosuth and...More
We visited recently as a friend had an exhibit here and we were excited to see it! The Palazzo Mora is a beautiful backdrop for any exhibit and we enjoyed the venue, as well as the displays inside. In fact, we spent more time in...More
We entered the palazzo mora by chance and we didn't regret : architects from all over the world exhibit projects and ideas with different themes even though it's written that it is the Philippine pavilion (biennale Di venezia).
They tried to keep the spirit of...More
Date of experience: August 2016
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The most famous sestiere (district) in Venice has one of the world's most famous squares, St. Mark's (Piazza San Marco). Anchored on one end by the basilica, clustered around it are restaurants, museums, shops, orchestras playing in the square, pigeons, the grand pink Doge’s Palace (Palazzo Ducale), the soaring campanile bell tower, an astrological clock tower, plus gorgeous cafes and restaurants like Florian and
Quadri. Piazza San Marco is beloved by Venetians themselves. They book a table anytime, which offers a buffer from the fray. This grand outdoor drawing room attracts Venetians for a stroll too, especially late in the afternoon when the hoards of daytrippers thin out. It's simply a grand place to meet.