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globtrotteuse wrote a review Oct 2020
France76,994 contributions3,207 helpful votes
This peaceful square is adorned with unusual statues (13C) with enigmatic expressions on their faces. They are said to represent the Mastelli brothers, a family of merchants. The Venetians used to hang satirical comments addressed to local politicians from the iron nose of one of the statues.…
Date of experience: September 2020
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Amanda V wrote a review Feb 2019
3 contributions1 helpful vote
It was a nice detour from the ghetto tour. I rubbed the bronze nose and I'm definitely feeling lucky! Mainly because I discovered that Tintoretto's house was just a few steps away! Tl/dr: don't make a special trip amd Tintorreto lived a few steps down from the square.
Date of experience: February 2019
PrestonGuild wrote a review Dec 2018
United Kingdom52,724 contributions2,617 helpful votes
The Square of the Moors. This was part of the walking tour, there is a story about the Istrian stone statues of three wealthy brothers. It is supposedly good luck to touch the nose of the one that is made out of iron.
Date of experience: March 2018
Mandy156 wrote a review Sep 2018
London, United Kingdom112 contributions61 helpful votes
We had lunch here as soon as we arrived in Venice. The service was great and food was lovely. Lovely little restaurant in a quiet location. We had a bottle of the restaurants own Pinot which was beautiful.
Date of experience: September 2018
Ralf K wrote a review Apr 2018
Wurzburg, Germany1,460 contributions804 helpful votes
The name of this peculiarly shaped Campo dei Mori probably refers to the medieval stone sculptures of three Moors on the buildings, all which carry waving robes and turbans. A fourth Moor is located at the corner of the fondamenta directly at the door of Nr. 3399, the house of Tintoretto.…
Date of experience: April 2018