About Venice Oriental Art Museum

At first, everyhing was set in the inside of Palazzo Vendramin Calergi where the Coun lived, and where he wanted to mounted for a permanen exposition. When he died, after some vicissitudes, the collection was controlled by a Viennese antiquarian who started to sell it. At the end of the Fist World War, the Italian government gained the collection as a compensation for damage. From the year 1928, the collection is preserved at Cà Pesaro thanks to an agreement between the Italian state and the City of Venice.

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