There were almost no student tickets for the test, and only discounts were given to European students (except in Britain) and art students in the Architecture Department. There was a room with a special portrait of the Virgin and the Son. If you come to Europe to see art galleries, you will find that the theme of the works is mainly biblical stories. There may be some ancient Greek and Roman mythological stories. So you need to understand the culture and history to realize that what you see is actually very famous works.
The Flangetti Gallery used to be called the Golden Palace, but that only represents its past glory, because it used to decorate the exterior walls with gold plating, but now it can not be seen at all. Take the No. 1 water bus at Venice's main railway station or Rome Square and you will stop at the Golden Palace. The most beautiful part of the Golden Palace is its carved balcony, the rows of windows supported by Collins pillars, which look like wedding cakes, but the walls in its alleys are so mottled and old.
The space of the Gallery is well maintained and well planned. At first it looks very small. It has a collection of paintings, sculptures, tapestries, murals and the floors of the Gallery are mosaic paved. There are no modern paintings here. All of them are centuries old and adjacent to the Palace of Pesaro.