Chieriketi Palace is a Renaissance palace in Vicenza, designed by Andrea Palladio. Construction of the palace began in 1550, and the palace was not fully completed until 1680. Since 1855, this building has housed the City Museum (Museo Civico) and the nearest city art gallery.
Like a cake filled with candles, the visual effect of the pillars is obvious!
The facade is very beautiful, very neat and classical. It is diagonally opposite the Olympia Theater, very close. If you want to see the Olympia Theater, it is recommended to buy a pass, which contains this attraction. The municipal galleries inside are more general.
The facade of Chieriketi Palace & Vicenza Municipal Gallery is very beautiful, neat and classic. It is very close diagonally opposite the Olympia Theater. If you want to see the Olympia Theater, it is recommended to buy a pass with this attraction. The municipal galleries inside are more general.
The architecture of the ancient Italian city is amazing, and each one is like a work of art. When it comes to the most beautiful, Vicenza is no match. As one of the most famous architects in the world, Palladio is undoubtedly an epoch-making figure in the Renaissance. He is familiar with the ancient Roman architectural style, and boldly innovated on this basis. With the aid of the beauty of geometric symmetry, he created the original "Palladioism" style, and wrote the "Ten Books of Architecture", leaving a large number of model buildings. Most of Palladio's works have been left in his hometown Palladio, so this ancient city of the United Nations World Cultural Heritage was directly named "The City of Palladio". Walking in the ancient city, looking at the ivory-colored Roman columns and domes, they all give people a comfortable beauty. Talking about people is... these Roman pillars are like the thighs of a girl, and I can't help but want to touch them. This is really a longing life.