You have to know that the Corell Museum and the Archaeological Museum are connected (for example, from one museum to another, you have to go straight), so the whole museum is very large. Both museums are included in the tickets of the Governor's Palace, and in my opinion, for this reason it is a must-see. There is a large collection of art, sculpture, maps, coins and other items. But for a more authoritative overview, the renowned Venetian Renaissance painters preferred to move themselves to the academic circles of Arcade Street (and the Governor's Palace), I'll just say.
There are three floors in the museum, each of which is displayed according to different kinds. One of them is a special ancient coin. Which stop is more economical for Google to get off by water bus?
The Corell Museum can see some gorgeous living spaces and works of art. If you buy a ticket for a museum, you can visit the museum first, and then go to the Governor's Palace. Most rooms have laminations in different languages to explain the use of the room. After you have completed your living area, there are many rooms on the right, as well as other Venetian arts and crafts.
There are two administrative buildings on both sides of St. Mark's Square. The old Parliament Building is on the north side of the Bell Tower. The new administrative building is on the south side of the Square. The museum is located on the second floor of the administrative building and the famous cafe on the first floor.
The museum is located on the east side of St. Mark's Square. You can take a bus under St. Mark. The museum includes the Napoleon Pavilion and two administrative floors. It is named after Abbot Corell. It contains maps, currency and a gallery of Venice. Joint vote 19 euros.
The Museum in Venice Square is just opposite the Governor's Palace. It's not big, but it's worth seeing.
The museum's history began in the Napoleonic era, with many Venetian civilizations and a variety of ancient art collections displayed in the hall.
Long history or deep culture. Architecture is so beautiful, Europe is proud of its old buildings!
The description of the attractions is incorrect. The Krell Museum is located to the west, not the east, of St. Mark's Square in central Venice. St. Mark's Cathedral is just across from it. Museums that are not interested in them can be ignored.
The Corell Museum, located on the east side of St. Mark's Square, is located on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the Napoleon Pavilion and the New Executive Building. The two floors display Neoclassic sculptor Canova and Governor's portraits, ancient coins, sketches of the National Shipyard, ancient maps, weapons, etc. The three floors display Venetian paintings of different dynasties, such as Antonio Da; Messina's "Notre Dame and Three Angeles", Father Berini Zi's works, etc.