Palazzo Dario, Venice

#89 of 190 in Historic Sites in Venice
Castle · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
The Palazzo Dario is a palace located between the Palazzo Barbaro Wolkoff and the narrow Rio delle Torreselle on the Grand Canal in the sestiere of Dorsoduro, of the city of Venice, Italy. The palace was built in the Venetian Gothic style and was renovated in Renaissance style.
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  • This “cursed” palazzo, fronting the Grand Canal is distinguished by the 3 rose windows on the façade and the inscription “VRBIS GENIO IOANNES DARIVS” (Giovanni Dario, in honor of the city genius...  more »
  • Beautiful Palazzo is being renovated back to its glory. Rich infamous history which includes previous owners being involved in accidents, a bankruptcy, a death an even the rumor of being haunted. It....  more »
  • To see. Take a trip on the vaporetto (though quite expensive!) that runs across the grand Canal and you will see other palaces equally fascinating!
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  • Enchantment and mystery...... one of the most beautiful palaces
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