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  • n. Plural form of palazzo.

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Examples

  • Late August, American and English films dominated the Venice waterfront where Shame heated up amid more fancy parties in grand palazzos.

    Peggy Siegal: To Venice With Love

  • The diseased palazzos, with their flaking waterfront facades, leonine doorknockers and rusting, shackled iron pylons, are from a bygone era at odds with modernity.

    Kisa Lala: Venice Biennale: A Temple of Transience By Mike And Doug Starn

  • Instead, the Chamber rents office space for lawmakers in other palazzos that are owned by private real-estate developers.

    A Symbol of Lawmaker Privilege

  • Instead, the Chamber spent an additional €46.5 million in 2010 to rent office space for lawmakers inside other palazzos that are owned by private real-estate developers.

    Italy Budget Scrutiny Hits Close to Rome

  • They decorated churches with beautiful paintings and sculptures, and when they had filled the churches, they decorated their own homes; when these were filled, they built magnificent palazzos that covered whole city blocks, and filled them with art.

    David Galenson: Art and Money in Renaissance Florence

  • The film, which tells the story of a wealthy Milanese textile family trying to cope with finding a successor in a time of rapid globalization, is a ravishing and authentic glimpse into Milan's private inner world of old entrepreneurial wealth, sumptuous palazzos and refined understated luxury.

    Touching the Fabric of Italian Life

  • On June 4, the contemporary art world will descend on Italy for the public opening of the Venice Biennale, in which countries send their most-promising artists to exhibit in pavilions and palazzos across the city.

    Venice Biennial

  • The Venice Biennial, which opens June 4, is the Olympics of the contemporary art world, a century-old event in which countries send their most promising artists to exhibit in pavilions and palazzos across the watery city.

    The Art World's Olympics

  • They clean up after graffiti artists who have swathed the city's palazzos and piazzas nbsp; in tentacles of spray nbsp; paint. nbsp;

    Urban Scrawl: Rome's Graffiti Pits Artists Against Clean-Up Crews

  • Most of Rome's Baroque and Renaissance palazzos don't fall under the Urban D cor Squad's jurisdiction, leaving their owners to handle the cleanup.

    Urban Scrawl: Rome's Graffiti Pits Artists Against Clean-Up Crews

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