And finally, the last part of the Venice trip.
Now for the last part. I thought I had better get on with it, before it spends another few months languishing in my drafts.
So after a delicious lunch , we set off again. To Villa Barbaro. It is a Palladian Villa, designed and built by Italian Architect Andrea Palladio. The same architect who designed Ponte Vecchio that we visited earlier. The villa is one of the World Heritage Sites and also a private villa with the family living in it. Some parts of the villa is open to the public and contains some amazing frescos on the walls. A lot of them have been renovated.
We weren’t allowed pictures inside, but here are a few views of the Villa. And yes, by the time we reached the villa, the bad weather had caught up on us. It was pouring, but thankfully, we had come prepared.
See how grey…
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