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  • Also, the grand structures commonly called palazzi were, in fact, case.

    The Kaisho

  • Facing a funding crunch as masonry began to crack and tumble from some of its ancient palazzi, Venice began to offer advertising space in 2008 on the awnings used to cover scaffolding erected for restoration work around St Mark's Square and up and down the Grand Canal.

    Venice's historic buildings 'violated' by billboards, say cultural experts

  • Leading architects and museums slam Italian government for allowing advertisements to cover world-famous palazzi

    Venice's historic buildings 'violated' by billboards, say cultural experts

  • Appropriately, most of these palazzi today house banks.

    Notice of Arrival

  • Hotel Residence Palazzo Baldi A restored complex of historic palazzi in the center of lively but small Galatina.

    Puglia's Fiery Pizzica

  • Not in the architecture of the imposing and venerable churches, museums and palazzi that line the Grand Canal; nor even, strictly speaking, in the abandoned warehouses of the Arsenale and exhibition pavilions in Giardini, which constitute the exhibition venues, the permanent structure of which the architects largely disregard; but in the temporary, imagined and potential spaces represented within them.

    Meeting in Space

  • Italy is calling for international assistance to restore the many churches, palazzi and other monuments that have been damaged.

    Earthquake Damage in L'Aquila

  • Italy appealed Thursday for international assistance to restore historic churches, palazzi and other monuments damaged by this week's earthquake, warning it will take years and millions of euros to repair the treasures -- if they can be saved at all.

    Earthquake Damage in L'Aquila

  • With plans, drawings and magnificent large-scale models, the architect's career is traced from early palazzi and the great basilica in Vicenza, where he grew up, to the Venetian churches and the impressive Villa Rotonda, with its four spectacular symmetrical entrances.

    Palladio's Oeuvre: Majestic, Beautiful, But Also Functional

  • The water still whispers tales of death as it laps against decaying palazzi.

    The Book of Unholy Mischief

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