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Doge's Palace is the brightest monument of Italian Gothic architecture, is considered one of the main attractions of the city.
Doge's Palace is located on the Piazza San Marco. This building used to be the residence of the Doges of the Republic. At the top of the building there is a balcony from which the Doge was shown to the public.
Now the palace is open for visits, ticket to all major buildings on St. Mark's Square, including the Doge's Palace can be purchased at the ticket office for €19. The tour includes a visit to the luxurious rooms, one of which, the Hall of Maps, has the walls with unique antique maps on them. There is also a golden staircase in the palace, decorated with gilded moldings.
Through the Doge's Palace you can get to the Bridge of Sighs.
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Doge's Palace on the mapLocation: St. Mark's Square
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