The "Ambassador's Room" in the Doge's Palace of Padua was carefully decorated with extravagance. It seems that when building this hall, the builders wanted to make foreigners feel strong and glorious. Therefore, the magnificent scale of the "Ambassador Hall", the luxurious furnishings in the house and the expensive decoration materials can be comparable to priceless works of art.
The Doge’s Palace, located in the urban area of Padua, is a historical place where the Venetian Governor’s office lived. The Doge’s Palace is a Gothic-style building. The entire Doge’s Palace is divided into two parts: the former square and the museum. Home furnishings for office life are not open on Mondays.
The Doge's Palace is in front of St. Mark's Square in Venice and was once the center of power in Venice.
Going forward through the national gate is the Piazza San Marco, which Napoleon became "the most beautiful living room in the world". If you want to pass through the gate, you can only go from the outside to the inside, not from the inside out, because in ancient times, the people who walked through the gate from the inside to the outside were those who were "pushed out and beheaded."
Introduce some art or portraits of important historical figures in the city. It is also a beautiful colonial building