Palazzo Tiepolo

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The Palazzo Tiepolo is an Renaissance-style palace located between the Palazzo Soranzo Pisani and the Palazzo Pisani Moretta on the Grand Canal, in the Sestieri of San Polo, Venice, Italy.

Palazzo Tiepolo

Coordinates: 2000 45°26′09″N 12°19′45″E / 45.43586°N 12.32918°E / 45.43586; 12.32918


The palace was commissioned in the second half of the 16th century at the site of an older palace by the aristocratic Tiepolo family. The facade was once frescoed by Andrea Schiavone; traces remain. The entry was frescoed by Jacopo Guarana and the interiors are decorated with polychrome stucco.[1]


  • Brusegan, Marcello (2007). The palaces of Venice. Rome: Newton & Compton. p. 345. ISBN 978-88-541-0820 -2. Brusegan. 


  1. ^ Content in this edit is translated from the existing Italian Wikipedia article at it:Palazzo Tiepolo; see its history for attribution.