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In 1420 the rich patrician Marino Contarini commissioned the most beautiful building in town.
The commanding presence of the Doge's Palace occupies a prime spot on the Grand Canal next to St Mark's Cathedral and Piazza San Marco.
The largest plot of open space in Venice, Piazza San Marco is also the most elegant spot in the city.
Stone bridges were built in Venice from the beginning of the XII century, but only in 1588, after a period of decline and sabotage of wooden structures, it was finally designed a stone bridge in Rialto.
Venice's Clock Tower is a beloved landmark in St Mark's Square.
The Bridge of Sighs is one of Venice's beloved landmarks, shrouded in mystery and legend.
Tucked away in a sheltered street is the peculiar Palazzo Contarini.
The Arsenale of Venice isn't just an ordinary "arsenal," it was the heart of the maritime republic's shipping industry starting in the 12th century.
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