Ca' da Mosto

Both a home and a warehouse (like its neighbor Ca' d'Oro), this 13C home, built in a Neo-Byzantine style, was the birthplace of Alvise da Mosto (1432-1488), who made his historic mark by reaching Cape Verde islands. And you might catch yourself dreaming away, looking out from the complex bay window that dates from the period when the most beautiful hotel in Venice, the Leon Bianco, occupied the site. That was in the 18th C., of course, but that shouldn't prevent us from dreaming.

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Sottoportico Mosto

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Fondaco dei Tedeschi
Fondaco dei Tedeschi
The former "Fondaco dei Tedeschi", both
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Old Factories
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Church of San Giacomo di Rialto
Church of San Giacomo di Rialto
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Venice Fish Market
Venice Fish Market
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The Rialto Bridge
The Rialto Bridge
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Ca' d'Oro
Ca' d'Oro
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Fondaco dei Tedeschi
Fondaco dei Tedeschi
The former "Fondaco dei Tedeschi", both
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Old Factories
Old Factories
The former building here (like the rest
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Church of San Giacomo di Rialto
Church of San Giacomo di Rialto
According to tradition, this is the
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See all