The museum has some very important art, from the thirteenth century, created by Giotto and Lippi of the Philippines. On the third floor, Brazilian artist Vic Muniz held a very good exhibition. There is a circular staircase, and there is a lot of porcelain in the museum.
Using precious marble materials, works by Piero di Cosimo and others, completed in 1710
Pesaro Palace The Ca' Pesaro Palace is facing the Grand Canal. It was completed in 1710 and adopted the Baroque style, using precious marble. The columns on the facade are very beautiful. There are the International Museum of Modern Art (Galleria internazionale d'arte moderna) and the Museum of Oriental Art (Museo d'arte orientale). The former exhibits Klimt, Chagall and Kandinsky. , Klee, Matisse, Chirico, etc. The latter exhibits mainly from Japan, but also works from China and Indonesia. It is a 25-minute walk from the train station.
Completed in 1710, it adopts the Baroque style and uses precious marble materials. The works of Piero di Cosimo and others are very exquisite
The precious marble is used, and the columns on the facade are very beautiful.