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Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti

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San Marco 2847 Campo Santo Stefano, 30122 Venice Italy
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Graham S wrote a review Jan 2020
Tewantin, Australia3,264 contributions288 helpful votes
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You can't miss this yellow gold palazzo sitting on the San Polo side of the Ponte Dell'Accademie ... it makes a unique statement! It is the gallery for Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti and frequently houses specially featured art presentations & cultural events. When we were in Venice in mid August, the Palazzo featured a Dubuffet show that contrasted with most of the traditional style galleries elsewhere around Venice.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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teabus wrote a review Sep 2019
Burbage, United Kingdom1,492 contributions175 helpful votes
When we’re in Venice we always come here for the buffet lunch. This is served on weekdays from 12.30 and is a bargain at 15€ per head for the most delicious buffet of Venetian dishes. This time they had roast beef, roast turkey, pastas, parmigiana and salads. It’s mainly Italians having lunch here. The food is procided by Rosa Salva - a well known Venetian bakery.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Hilary wrote a review Jul 2019
Chicago, Illinois455 contributions147 helpful votes
Located just across the Academia bridge from the Guggenheim Museum, this Palazzo stages various exhibits throughout the year. Most recently, I saw a wonderful Dubuffet show that fit perfectly into the backdrop of this space. Aside from the art, it’s a beautiful palazzo in its own right. I highly recommend this show.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Charming_Karl wrote a review Sep 2018
Charleston, South Carolina1,456 contributions713 helpful votes
The exhibit called "Glasstress" that we saw in the palace was pretty easily taken in, in about a half hour. Lots of humor and sharp attitudes expressed. And the contrast between the elegant Baroque palace and the contemporary art was fascinating. My understanding is that this palace usually has these sort of smallish contemporary exhibits, which is great because with all the massive Renaissance art in the surrounding churches and museums, this provides a breath of fresh air.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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CMBernadette wrote a review Jul 2018
Doolin, Ireland134 contributions43 helpful votes
Following a tip from a Guardian article we sought out this cafeteria in the Palazzo. For 15 euro you have a diverse array of well cooked food and cold plates from which to choose and you can go back for more! Particularly good was the lemon chicken and the eggplant parmigiana. The pasta dish itself was a bit disappointing but on the whole delicious food and fantastic value.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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