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A museum dedicated to the master architect in is set in one of his most beautiful palazzos.
Near Conegliano is an aviation museum that literally takes flight.
On the charming little island of Murano, the art of glass making has been an active craft since at least the 900s.
On Piazza Matteotti near the Teatro Olimpico, this opulent palace is one of Palladio's most unusual.
Situated on a dominating hilltop over Valmareno and Cison, the castle-hamlet of Castelbrando is an interesting relic set in a 50-hectare park.
The Museo del Merletto on the pretty vibrantly-painted island of Burano is a craftsy highlight.
A glorious palace on the Grand Canal that once hosted opulent galas is now home to the Museum of 18th Century Venice.
In the Piazza San Marco, Venice's famous square, is a museum that holds art and cultural displays of the city's great artists.
Palazzo Fortuny is a Gothic-style Venetian palace that was the home and workshop of artist Mariano Fortuny.
You get a double-whammy of art in this museum, with the building by Palladio and the artwork from a galaxy of Venetian art stars.
It's hard to miss the gleaming white stout palace that houses the Peggy Guggenheim Museum on Venice's Grand Canal.
In the city of the edgy Biennale and the Peggy Guggenheim museum, Venice has a reputation as a center of contemporary arts in Italy.
Established by the last count of the noble Querini Stampalia family, this "casa-museo" shows off the princely residence as well as an impressive art collection.
One of the "Grandi Scuole" of Venice created by lay confraternities is that of San Rocco, which was established in 1478 and continues to this day.
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