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Thomas C

October 2016

 Can you imagine being locked in a tiny room! , Thomas C - October 2016

Cell door in the prison!

Can you imagine being locked in a tiny room!

Kathryn B

June 2016

 The noose for interrogation, torture and private hangings. Other prisoners would be held in the second floor boxes, held in the dark and listen to the screams. This would make it easier to ... , Kathryn B - June 2016

Torture private hangings

The noose for interrogation, torture and private hangings. Other prisoners would be held in the second floor boxes, held in the dark and listen to the screams. This would make it easier to get information from them.

Kathryn B

June 2016

 Legend has it that prisoners would sigh as they took their last look at Venice during their walk to their execution. Actually, by the time the new prison was built the executions were no longer ... , Kathryn B - June 2016

The bridge of Sighs Ponte dei Sospiri

Legend has it that prisoners would sigh as they took their last look at Venice during their walk to their execution. Actually, by the time the new prison was built the executions were no longer held at the Doge's Palace.

Kathryn B

June 2016

 Cell could hold up to 6 people. The lower cells would even flood. No wonder prisoners didn't get out alive. , Kathryn B - June 2016

Typical cell in Doges cells.

Cell could hold up to 6 people. The lower cells would even flood. No wonder prisoners didn't get out alive.

Alison P

June 2016

 A great tour guide for children and adults alike. Very entertaining, full of knowledge, and adept at capturing the kids' attention. , Alison P - June 2016

Aga, Super Storyteller

A great tour guide for children and adults alike. Very entertaining, full of knowledge, and adept at capturing the kids' attention.

Jacqueline B

June 2016

 Standing inside the bridge of Sighs looking at Ponte della Puglia Bridge , Jacqueline B - June 2016

View from the Bridge of Sighs

Standing inside the bridge of Sighs looking at Ponte della Puglia Bridge

lee

September 2015

 Mirroring doors on each side of the room looked like wardrobes when the doors were shut. , lee - September 2015

Room with hidden door

Mirroring doors on each side of the room looked like wardrobes when the doors were shut.

lee

September 2015

 The public rooms were richly decorated. , lee - September 2015

Magnificent ceiling art

The public rooms were richly decorated.

onniv

July 2015

 Great little photo spot with gondolas going by in the palace cafeteria. Grab a coffee or water and enjoy! , onniv - July 2015

Inside the palace cafeteria

Great little photo spot with gondolas going by in the palace cafeteria. Grab a coffee or water and enjoy!

onniv

July 2015

 Nice tour. A lot to see. Be sure to schedule free time to walk around at the end because there is so much still to see. , onniv - July 2015

Inside the palace

Nice tour. A lot to see. Be sure to schedule free time to walk around at the end because there is so much still to see.

Jeffrey C

June 2015

 The first courtyard we entered at the start of the Secret Itineraries Tour. , Jeffrey C - June 2015

Courtyard

The first courtyard we entered at the start of the Secret Itineraries Tour.

Jeffrey C

June 2015

 You literally can walk through this cupboard. One of many secret passages in the Doge's Palace. , Jeffrey C - June 2015

Secret Passage

You literally can walk through this cupboard. One of many secret passages in the Doge's Palace.

Jeffrey C

June 2015

 Here is where prisoners were strung up and questioned by Doge personnel. The tour guide is explaining the apparatus. , Jeffrey C - June 2015

Torture Chamber Doges Palace

Here is where prisoners were strung up and questioned by Doge personnel. The tour guide is explaining the apparatus.

Jeffrey C

June 2015

 A view of just one of the amazing pieces of art in the Doge's Palace. , Jeffrey C - June 2015

Tintoretto Masterpiece

A view of just one of the amazing pieces of art in the Doge's Palace.

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