Murano Glass Museum
|Location||Fondamenta Giustinian 8,|
30121 Murano, Italy
|Type||Art museum, Historic site|
Founded in 1861 , the museum is currently located in the Palazzo Giustinian. The palace was the residence of the bishops of Torcello. It was originally built in the Gothic style as a patrician's palace. The building became the residence of Bishop Marco Giustinian in 1659. He later bought it and donated it to the Torcello diocese.
The collection of the museum, one of the most complete in the world, ranges from antiquity to 20th century works including realizations by the famous Barovier & Toso glass company and glass textiles designed by Carlo Scarpa in the late thirties. 
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