Ca' Pesaro International Gallery of Modern Art
Santa Croce, 2076, 30135 Venezia VE, Italy
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An international gallery that preserves and contains a vast collection of nineteenth and twentieth-century works of art. It is located in the neighborhood Santa Croce and in one of the most representative Venetian Baroque palaces in the city. It houses 19th and 20th century collections of paintings and sculptures, as well as a section on graphic art.
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