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Negozio Olivetti, Venice

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Architectural Building
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  • Very worthwhile if you're interested in typewriters or the architect, Carla Scarpa, as it's a beautifully designed building. However, the museum is quite small and there is not that much to see for th...  more »
  • Nostalgic space typing machines. Museum of the instrument used to the end of the twentieth century, located opposite St. Mark's Basilica, has a coffee shop/Café.
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  • The old typewriters in the window captured my attention and brought back memories of first lessons in touch typing. Olivetti was one the big names then. This is a tiny museum dedicated to the world of...  more »
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  • One of Scarpa's masterpieces in Venice.
  • Free if you take no photo
  • FAI saved this incredible design shop by Olivetti from the middel XX century. A must see
  • Gorgeous. Another gem in one of Italy's most beautiful square, don't miss it, however the first floor holding hands children because the architect was not fond of the parapets, at a point at the bottom of the shop there is. Not to be missed
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  • It's good to see the works of scarpa for real!
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