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    Palazzo Molin Erizzo, also known as Palazzo Erizzo alla Maddalena, is a Gothic palace in Venice, located in the Cannaregio district (sestiere), overlooking the Grand Canal between Palazzo Marcello and Palazzo Soranzo Piovene.

     

    SHORT HISTORY OF PALAZZO MOLIN ERIZZO

    The building where the current palace stands today was bought in 1454 by the Molin family, also owners of the adjacent Palazzo Marcello.

    Shortly after the purchase, the Molin family began the works for the elevation of the structure and for a new facade.

    In 1650, the palace passed to the Erizzo family following the marriage between Giacomo Erizzo and Cecilia Molin.

    Over time, the palace underwent numerous renovations, which led to the rearrangement of the ground floor and the mezzanine.

     

    ARCHITECTURE OF PALAZZO MOLIN ERIZZO

    Palazzo Molin Erizzo

    The facade of the palace has a Gothic layout, due to the numerous pointed arch windows, among which the five-light window on the main floor stands out.

    Inside, the noble floor (piano nobile) is decorated with 18th-century works, among which the most famous are by Andrea Celesti.

     

    HOW TO GET TO PALAZZO MOLIN ERIZZO

    Palazzo Molin Erizzo is located about 1 kilometers away from the Santa Lucia railway station. The closest vaporetto stop is San Marcuola, about 350 meters away, on the waterbus Lines 1 and 2.

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