When you come to Venice in the water city, you must visit it. The red brick wall makes people feel special and magnificent.
A museum focusing on religious culture, specializing in sacred works of art, religious frescoes, and some precious crosses. What is more surprising is that there are Buddhist statues in Western religious relics, many of which are collected from the 17th and 18th centuries. Product.
Turkish Chamber of Commerce-Natural History Museum Fontego dei Turchi-Museo civico di storia naturale Turkish Chamber of Commerce is located on the southern bank of the northernmost section of the Grand Canal. It is a Veneto-Byzantine style palace. Its predecessor was the mansion of a marquis in the Middle Ages. From the beginning of the 17th century to 1838, it became a warehouse and slum for the Turks, and the building gradually fell into ruin. The current commercial hall was restored in 1860-1880, retaining the original style and adding iconic towers on both sides. The Natural History Museum was established here in 1923. It is a 20-minute walk from the train station.
Every building here is beautiful and beautiful