This Venetian landmark was once the seat of the aristocratic government, housed both prison cells and the incumbent Doge's apartment and was an admired component of a functioning, cohesive town center. This diversity of uses has offered the Doge's Palace opportunities to visually depict many different themes, and serves as an fascinating site of art historical significance.
Pages: 192 pp
Publisher: Deutscher Kunstverlag
Publication Place: Munich,
Book Id: 83341
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