The museum feels very spacious, and there are many collections of the 20th century, and there are also many works by well-known artists, especially some Italian artists. When we visited, we also saw art works of the late twentieth century, which are very worth seeing, and there is also a lovely cafe here, if you sit by the window, you can also enjoy the beautiful view of the canal .
The Pesaro Palace is the oldest building along the Grand Canal in Venice. It is now the Oriental Museum, which houses many collections from Malaysia, India and China.
It should be regarded as a museum. You need to buy a ticket to go in. My friends go in, and my friends are outside waiting for something to see inside. It feels more like there are more exhibitions in cultural advertising.
The Pesaro Palace Museum exhibited some masterpiece artist photos, but the highlight is on the second floor, there are 82 portraits, chess made of red coral, and the cafe is also very reasonable, directly located on the Grand Canal. If you have time, you can create your own portrait sculpture in the museum.
The collection inside is very beautiful. I bought a museum pass there. It costs 18 euros. It’s a bargain. It’s the Japanese Pavilion on the third floor. Will be possessed by the undead of which samurai at any time. . . gloomy
Preston_Dominguez: Santa Croce, 2076, 30135 Venezia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace