THE ITALIAN PALACE
With destinations such as Venice, Florence, Rome, Naples and the newly excavated Pompeii, Italy became the epitome of any Grand Tour itinerary.
Georgians marvelled at The Doge’s Palace’s loggias and courtyard architecture, the very symbol of Venice, situated on St Mark’s Square.
As for the Doge’s private rooms, those important enough to gain an audience were treated to a riot of lavish decoration, painted friezes and stuccoes.
Florence’s famous Uffizi Gallery hosted must- see art created by Italian greats; Michelangelo, Leonardo Da Vinci and Raffaello.
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