Venice is a city in the northern Italy and capital of Veneto region. It is built on a group of 118 islands that are separated by canals and linked by over 400 bridges. The city was historically the capital of the Republic of Venice for over a millennium.
Venetian Gothic is the term used for the particular form of Italian Gothic architecture typical of Venice, originating in local building requirements, with some influence from Byzantine architecture, and some from Islamic architecture, reflecting Venice’s trading network. Overall the period, participants learned a lot of history about Venice Architecture from Professor Ludovico Geymonat.
They visited historical “St Mark’s Basilica “, ”Palazzo Ducale”, “ Basilica Santi Giovanni e Paolo” and many others which enriched their knowledge of historical value.
Student visited the historical place “San Marcos Basillica”.
A tour to “Palazzo Ducale”.
View from the roof of “San Marcos Basillica”. towards the historical “Palazzo Ducale”.
Professor Ludovico Geymonat discussed with the participants about the identical and amazing history of Venice. (Photo by Nusrat Sultana)
Historical and amazing Duomo Ornamentation of San Marcos Basillica.
Interior of San Marcos Basillica.
Horses of Saint Mark. (Photo by Lily C Guidry)