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Palazzo Fortuny, Venice
(3.8/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • Famous fixtures and fabrics complement each other, and the fact that all of this is exhibited in the walls of this Palazzo, creates an atmosphere that is difficult to obtain in other spaces. When these same fixtures and fabrics brought in Hermitage, it was sheer disappointment-fabric is not played, they didn't look so luxurious as here. If you happened to be at the show in St. Petersburg, the Hermitage, come to this place and compare their impressions. It's totally different and incomparable.
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  • Go around the corner to Piazza San and with some patience you will discover a lot. First, it is nice late Gothic palace. Second, there is interesting exhibition of Mario Fortuny and his work (painting...  more »
  • I visited this museum on the recommendation of an art professor. Hidden in a quiet section of Venice, it was a little tricky to find in the narrow passages. There is one floor dedicated to Fortuny's a...  more »
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  • Very poorly explained exhibition of questionable cohesion. The second floor, more authentic of Fortuny, was interesting but poorly laid out and lacking in information. No evidence of fabric or clothing design which was the main reason for going. Stagnant pool of canal on the ground floor, teeming with mosquitoes and very whiffy. Left not sure what the exhibition was about with several bites as a souvenir. All in all, not recommended.
  • One of the best curated art collection of the world. Intense, fearless and extraordinary art.
  • The most beautiful place in Venice. any further word is unnecessary_
  • The building itself is a hollow shell of no interest. The collections are mixture of forms with out a theme. Many are meaningless junk, while the rest of the stuff feels like a joke after they got 12 Euros out of you. If this is a collection so is a junk yard!
  • fantastic exhibitions at palazzo fortuny. i am never disappointed here