The Eighteenth Century Museum of Venice also has a very rich collection of historical objects. The palace architecture is also quite simple. You can also see a wealth of resources here, and it is also a very rich history of the old city of Venice.
At the confluence of the Grand Canal and the San Panama River, the Palazzo Rezzonico exhibits 18th-century Venetian art, including porcelain, sculpture, painting, and lacquer.
It is definitely worth a visit during a visit to Venice. Of course there are many other works of art here, which is also an opportunity to learn about the Venetian palaces. Murals and oil paintings are hung in every room, which is very gorgeous. But for me, the most important works of Canaletto on the second floor. The interesting thing is that the floor of the room feels like it is moving because people are walking across it.
This mansion was built in the 17th century and is called the 18th-century Venetian Museum, because it shows you a panoramic view of the life of the nobles in the 18th century, including their living utensils and daily life objects.
Museum of the '700 Venetian little frequented but well worth a visit. You dive in the uses and customs of the time.
Ca Rezzonico is a sumptuous & magnificent palace, now the Museum of Eighteenth-Century Venice. The visit of this historical building is recommended, because you can get an idea of a Venetian patrician residence. Inside you visit the the Museum of The Museum of Venetian Eighteenth-Century Culture. On the first floor a total of eleven rooms contain paintings, sculptures, frescoed ceilings and collections of eighteenth-century furnishings. Dont miss it!http://www.museiciviciveneziani.it/frame.asp?musid=7
The Ca' Rezzonico is a beautiful Baroque palace with an interesting collection of art inside. Here you'll find frescos, paintings, and other period pieces.
Preston_Dominguez: Dorsoduro 3136, Venice, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace