The Turshi Warehouse was once a chamber of commerce for Turkish merchants and is now a landmark building at the junction of the new city and the old city.
The Byzantine-style building was once rented out to Turkish merchants as warehouses and residences. Now it is full of natural museums.
The Byzantine building on the Grand Canal in Venice was previously leased to Turkish merchants as warehouses!
Tursi Warehouse, located in the city of Venice, has a long history. Historically, the warehouse was used as a transit center for Turkish and Venetian goods trade. The building as a whole is a Byzantine-style building, which is particularly elegant in the traditional houses of Shuicheng. Now the interior of the warehouse is a natural History museum.
It used to be a wharf warehouse, but now it has been converted into a museum. The architecture is very distinctive.
Venice is really a mishmash of medieval and post-Renaissance architectural styles. After all, it is the richest place in the world in history, and a warehouse is so gorgeous. It is now used as a museum and has never been in.