Palazzi di Giudecca

Among the hidden pearls of the Giudecca there are its palaces, a urban discovery - be them ancient or modern ones. Some of the most famous architects in the world worked in the island, in past times and in the last century, including the religious architecture by Andrea Palladio (the SS.Redentore Basilica - the Redeemer's - and the Zitelle church).

A partial list, to mention the most reknown and beautiful ones, can be found walking along the Giudecca canal from east to west:

  • Palazzo Vendramin: Fondamenta San Giovanni, at Giudecca 10
  • Palazzo Mocenigo: Fondamenta San Giovanni in Giudecca 20-21 (16th century)
  • Palazzetto Minelli: Fondamenta de la Croce at Giudecca 50
  • Villa Herriot in Calle Michelangelo at Giudecca 54n (20th century)
  • "Casa dei Tre Oci" (a name in Venetian dialect, meaning the House with Three Eyes) after the three huge windows in its façade - designed by painter Mario De Maria: Fondamenta de la Croce at Giudecca 46. Architect Ranzo Piano lso lived and worked there (20th century)
  • Palazzo Trevisan (also called Rocca Bianca): Fondamenta San Giacomo at Giudecca 221
  • Casino Baffo: Fondamenta del Ponte Longo at Giudecca 254
  • Palazzo Emo (also called "Beni Stabili"), Fondamenta San Biagio at Giudecca 761-777
  • Palazzo Foscari o Palazzetto Foscari in Giudecca, Fondamenta San Biagio at Giudecca 795 (15th century)
  • Palazzo Maffetti, Fondamenta San Biagio at Giudecca 786, (15th century)
  • Molino Stucky, at Giudecca 810 - the former flour mills of Venice, now the Venice Hilton Stucky Hotel (originally built in 12th century; rebuilt in 1898; last renovated 2006)

Casa dei tre oci alla giudecca
Casa dei Tre Oci

Molino Stucky