Ateneo Veneto



During the period of Hapsburg domination, Venice initiated uprisings to gain its political independence. The Revolution of 1848 is associated with many iconic places in Venice, and the Ateneo Veneto is among the most important. An active academic center since 1812, the Ateneo Veneto used to be the seat of the Brotherhood of St. Jerome and the Virgin Mary. After strolling through Campo Santo Stefano and past the Fenice opera house, we will go inside the Ateneo to visit its beautiful interior and learn more about its place in history.


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