The San Sono Library, the National Library of Venice, is one of the masterpieces of the famous Italian architect and sculptor Jacopo Sansovino. Jacopo Sansovino was born in Florence and was heavily influenced by Michelangelo and Raphael. The external structure of the library complements the Doge’s Palace opposite the small square. But many details, such as the sculpture of the saint on the roof, the continuous arch voucher, the repeated use of Ionian stigmas, and the exquisite sculptures, all remind people of Michelangelo's design. It is said that Napoleon plundered a lot of gold and silver treasures after arriving in Venice and shipped them back to France. However, Venice’s greatest treasures cannot be taken away, including the National Library. Piazza San Marco is known as the "heart of Venice", and the National Library has always been beating with the heart of the city, endlessly and never-ending...
The library area is not large, and it is mainly open to locals. If you have enough time, you can come and have a look.
The library area is relatively small, it is aimed at local people, and it is not too distinctive, tourists will not go in and take pictures. There are beautiful small rivers and countless small bridges nearby. It’s also fun to walk around.
The San Sono Library was built in the 16th century under the order of the San Marco Prosecutor’s Office, with the purpose of donating to the city’s Latin and Greek codes for the Roman cardinal. The guest rooms are open to the public and are listed in San Marco Tickets for the square. The museum includes a great gallery with works by Venetian masters.
It's so big and beautiful, and the collection of books is very cultural.