Built in the seventeenth century, Palazzo Clary belonged to the illustrious Bon family, before
being inherited first by the Priuli family and then, from the nineteenth century, to the noble
Franco-Austrian family of the counts of Ficquelmont, and finally to the Austrian princes of
Clary and Aldringen.
After the Second World War, the building housed the historical seat of the Consulate of
France, until that was moved to Trieste at the end of the ‘90s.
Although remodeled during the nineteenth century, the building retains the late-Renaissance
style, seen primarily on the façade, which is spread over three floors plus the mezzanine
in the attic. On the ground floor there is access to the property through a central portal
with architrave, surmounted by two paired coats of arms, while the main and second floors
are characterized by large central paintings consisting of round arches supported by Ionic
columns, and pairs of single-lancet windows to complete the façade symmetrically.
The stone balustrades of the main floor are adorned with small statues of lions, while the
mezzanine has rectangular windows, dominated by the notched cornice that crowns the entire
In classic nineteenth century style, the palazzo has a unique courtyard with a fountain,
created by the union of the two existing courtyards and the construction of a covered gallery
leading from the middle of the main staircase to the shore landing, and occupying part of the
€4.500.000Property id: 501
480 approx. sq. m. Garden
Boat Mooring Space
etria in atti
ata: 03/06/2014 - n. T117367 - R
ata: 03/06/2014 - n. T117367 - R
Totale schede: 1 - Form
ato di acquisizione: A
3(297x420) - Form
pa richiesto: A
Catasto dei Fabbricati - Situazione al 03/06/2014 - Comune di VENEZIA/Q (L736) - < Sez.Urb.: VE - Foglio: 14 - Particella: 1848 - Subalterno: 22 >
SESTIERE DORSODURO n. 1397 piano: T-1;
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