The Doge's Palace is one of the symbols of the city of Venice in Venetian Gothic style, located in the monumental area of St Mark's Square. It is characterised by a style that combines Byzantine and Oriental architecture, which explains the city's relationship with other European states. The interiors of the palace, some of which are private, contain many works, including a large picture gallery where you can find works by major Venetian artists such as: Tintoretto, Titian, Bassano and many others. The palace was also the seat of the Doge and the Venetian magistrates, founded after 812, it has undergone several fires throughout history and then several reconstructions. Annexed, Venice, to the Kingdom of Italy and then passed under the latter's jurisdiction, the palace became a museum, and today houses the Ducal Civic Museum, which in 2018 recorded almost one and a half million visitors.
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