Mausoleum of Giovanni Pesaro, the 103rd Doge of Venice. Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice. Detail.

Mausoleum of Giovanni Pesaro, the 103rd Doge of Venice. Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice. Detail.

Sightseeing tips and things to do in Venice, Italy: Saint Mark's Basilica |  Piazza San Marco | Gondola Ride on the Grand Canal | Rialto Bridge | Rialto Market | Doge's Palace | House of Marco Polo | More on my blog: How To Travel Italy By Train - A First Timer's Guide incl. Things To Do And Places To Stay (just click on the image) via @Just1WayTicket | Interrail Eurail Europe Train Travel

How to Travel Italy by Train - A First Timer's Guide incl. Things to do and Places to Stay

Sightseeing tips and things to do in Venice, Italy: Saint Mark's Basilica | Piazza San Marco | Gondola Ride on the Grand Canal | Rialto Bridge | Rialto Market | Doge's Palace | House of Marco Polo | More on my blog: How To Travel Italy By Train - A First Timer's Guide incl. Things To Do And Places To Stay (just click on the image) via @Just1WayTicket | Interrail Eurail Europe Train Travel

Doge of Venice’s hat brooch with sapphires | Small antique gold, sapphires and diamonds brooch in the shape of the Doge of Venice’s hat.The hat was a symbol of the Office of the elected ruler of Venice. In the nineteenth century during the Grand Tour jewelry was made as reference to all historical aspects of the rich culture of Italy. Italian ca. 1860.

Doge of Venice’s hat brooch with sapphires | Small antique gold, sapphires and diamonds brooch in the shape of the Doge of Venice’s hat.The hat was a symbol of the Office of the elected ruler of Venice. In the nineteenth century during the Grand Tour jewelry was made as reference to all historical aspects of the rich culture of Italy. Italian ca. 1860.

Battle of Lepanto 1595-1605 Andrea Vicentino - The Battle of Lepanto by Andrea Vicentino (c. 1600,Doge's Palace,Venice)

Battle of Lepanto 1595-1605 Andrea Vicentino - The Battle of Lepanto by Andrea Vicentino (c. 1600,Doge's Palace,Venice)

Francesco Donato, (1468-1553), Doge of Venice, in official robes, with Doge's cap (corno), coat with large gold buttons and ermine collar. Second half 16th.

Francesco Donato, (1468-1553), Doge of Venice, in official robes, with Doge's cap (corno), coat with large gold buttons and ermine collar. Second half 16th.

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