St. Marco Square, Venice La piazza di San Marco in Venezia
considerata come monumento d'arte e di storia opera di Antonio Quadri

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  • This work is by Venice-born economist Antonio Quadri (1777-1845).
    Quadri left works on the sights of Venice as well as works on economics and statistics, and this volume gives a detailed account of historical buildings like St. Mark's Basilica, considered a masterpiece of Byzantine architecture, the Doge's Palace, the Clock-tower, the Belfry, the Old Library and so on, in and around St. Mark's Square in the centre of the city, accompanied by beautiful hand-painted illustrations.


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Illustration No. Illustration Captions
4:Basilica di S. Marco
Basilica of St.Marco
1 Pianta della Piazza e Piazzetta.
2 Molo della Piazzetta.
3 Palazzo Ducale.
4 Basilica di S. Marco.
5 Torre dell' Orologio, e Procuratie Vecchie.
8:Biblioteca antica
Former library
6 Torre dell' Orologio, e Procuratie Vecchie.
7 Nuova Fabbrica.
8 Lato di S. Giminiano quale era nel secolo passato.
9 Facciata posteriore della Nuova Fabbrica.
10 Procuratie Nuove.
11 Procuratie Nuove.
16:Tre pili di bronzo
Flag and bronze socle (base)
12 Campanile di S. Marco, e Loggia adjacente.
13 Biblioteca antica.
14 Molo verso la Zecca.
15 Pala d' Oro.
16 Tre Pili di Bronzo.

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