The Mint is located on the west side of Piazza San Marco. It used to be a mint in Venice. It was built entirely of stone to prevent fires.
The Mint is located on the other side of Piazza San Marco. There is also a small square in front of it, but it is certainly not as big as the former. It is shaped in ancient Roman style, and it is all stone structure. The appearance is a little plain but the inside is a place of wealth.
If you buy a combined ticket, this attraction is free to enter, and the tools and machinery used to make coins at that time are still kept inside. The whole building is also close to the canal, and the exterior looks very beautiful.
The Mint was designed during the 1930s in the 16th century and is part of the reorganized Piazza San Marco. It is made of solid rock. Because the Mint used to have high-temperature ovens and there was a risk of fire, very little wood was used in the construction. Even after the fall of the Republic of Venice, the building was still a mint until the end of the nineteenth century.
The Mint was designed during the 1930s in the 16th century and is part of the reorganized Piazza San Marco. It is made of solid rock. Visiting the Venice Mint, like other scenic spots and historical sites, each has its own charm in spring, summer, autumn and winter. Only by being on the scene can you enjoy the picturesque beauty of the landscape
Venice is also called the Lion City, which is related to its city emblem. The emblem of Venice is the flying lion. Its sculptures can be seen everywhere in the city, the most conspicuous one is at the entrance of Piazza San Marco. There are two tall columns at the entrance of St. Mark's Square, and on the column on the east side stands a bronze lion sculpture, spreading its wings. This is the welcoming entrance of Venice. The building on the left of the welcoming entrance is the ancient mint.
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