Campiello del Remer Venezia Sestriere Cannaregio

Campiello del Remer Venezia Sestriere Cannaregio Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling
Campiello del Remer Venezia Sestriere Cannaregio Copyright “All rights reserved” © By itravelinitaly.com travelers from Italy Baldassarri Giuseppe Visual Storytelling

Campiello del Remer, 30100 Venezia VE, Italy
The day for the cloudy weather had begun badly, wandering around the Spiers bridge, I began to look around the canal, I met this boat all colored in orange and seemed to be training with its crew, rowing synchronously and quickly.

All this near the famous Campiello del Remer, another the Venetian corner, surrounded by nineteenth-century buildings. In this little square, there used to be several family-owned companies that made gondola oars. From the shores of the campiello, you can admire an excellent panoramic view of the Grand Canal, which includes part of the Rialto Bridge, the Camerlenghi Palace, the Campo dell' Erberia and the long Fabbriche Nuove. Once upon a time there was a thirteenth-century building belonging to the Lion and then to the Morosini. Of it remains the beautiful and typical external staircase with large arches and the splendid well-being. It is interesting to note that the bricks used to build the ancient Byzantine palace were those of a Roman building in Altino. Taken and used in Torcello, they had been recovered and used in the reconstruction of the palace in Venice.


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