Piazzetta

The small open square next to the Doge’s Palace in Venice. As originally conceived by Gilbert, the Doge’s Palace should be on stage right with the lagoon and island of San Gorgio Maggiore in the background. The Piazetta features two famous pillars, one surmounted by a winged lion, the heraldic emblem of the Venetian Republic; the other by a statue of Theodore, the city’s patron saint (48).

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The Piazzetta, Venice
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