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Ca' Rezzonico (Italian pronunciation: [ˈka rretˈtsɔːniko]) is a palazzo on the Grand Canal in the Dorsoduro sestiere of Venice, Italy. It is a particularly notable example of the 18th century Venetian baroque and rococo architecture and interior decoration, and displays paintings by the leading Venetian painters of the period, including Francesco Guardi and Giambattista Tiepolo. It is a public museum dedicated to 18th-century Venice (Museo del Settecento Veneziano) and one of the 11 venues managed by the Fondazione Musei Civici di Venezia.
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It doesn't have to be the Dodge's palace if you want to see impressive architecture and some art. I just seized every opportunity to escape the crazy crowd of people. In comparison to the Dodge's palace, this is a quiet place. Also the place features an antique statue of guy face-palming.
Nice visit. Half stately palace and half art gallery. Went as it was included with my museums pass, otherwise probably wouldn't have gone. Not sure if I would pay full 10 euros, but then again I'm not a classical art aficionado. Still great visit and friendly staff. Cafe with savory and sweet foods.
Beautiful residence converted to a museum. Gives a good impression of how noble Italians might have lived a few hundred years ago.
Amazing artwork and when you reach the top, there are several windows where you can see some of the canals and small streets. It was reasonably priced as well and the audio guide was very helpful.
Whereas the Accademia displays art when Venice was at the height of its power Ca' Rezzonica offers a window into the life of the last century of the Venetian Republic. Such as 18th century decadence in the paintings of Pietro Longhi which take up a whole room of this magnificent Palazzo.
Great collection of paintings, furniture and interior decorations with focus on oriental motifs and venetian baroque. As a nice bonus some of the windows offer great views of the city around the place.
Magnificent Venetian palace offering a wonderful collection of XVII & XVIII centuries' paintings. Useful and succinct explanations along the visit.
An exceptional 18th century museum palace where you can spend hours. The pinacoteca on the top floor is incredibly rich. Definitely for art lovers. I wasnt bothered by the crowds. The guided tours whizz through the different rooms and you just have to adapt your progression back and forth to avoid them.
One of the lesser-known treasure of Venice. A must-see if you visit (and love art).
This was very decent museum and was near to other museum attractions. We had museum pass along with Doge's palace entry so it was worth visiting. This is very near to Venice paintings museum
Interesting palazzo to see, some nice paintings, nice cafe (couple of tables have Grand Canal view), garden and small fountain with huge fish and turtles! 👍
Wonderful, grand aristocratic palace now housing a collection of furniture, art and crafts from 18th century Venice.
We had a wonderful guide who lived nearby so we got a wonderful tour. Giovanna at Tours by Locals
A magnificent Palazzo housing the finest art collection I have seen in along time. The information there provided are excellent and the staff incredibly helpful. The garden at the blackmailing aperfect quiet end to the visit. Do not miss, easy tofindo The Hand Canalwithits own ActV vaporetton stop