Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti

The Grand Canal of Venice is famous amongst tourists because of the sheer number of historic buildings that line it. If you are traveling on a gondola and are close to the Ponte dell’Accademia, then it is time for you to check out on the Palazzo Cavalli-Franchetti.

Though this building was constructed in the nineteenth century, its different owners reconstructed it both internally and externally in the Venetian Gothic style over the years. If you are lucky enough, you might even witness cultural events that are conducted here on a regular basis.

Those who have also witnessed the Palazzo Pisani-Moretta with find many similarities amongst the two of them. The current style of the building owes a lot to the alterations made to it by Camillo Boito.

This palace along with the other mentioned above are just the two that boast of traceries that are superimposed on the pointed arches derived from the crossing of 2 round arches.

Tourists who are interested to check out the remaining parts of the original construction should check out the façade.

Those who are interested in the architectural design of this building can check out the lithography of the same by Marco Mono.