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Reviewed 31 August 2017

it's a magical vist among perfumes and precious fine collections.The ancient building is stunning and exquisetely refined. A real MUST in VENICE!

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Reviewed 6 August 2017

This shows the life of nobility in Venice in very well. No religious artifacts and art work, but really practical stuff that is worth viewing. A large section is all anout the perfiume industry in Venice which is really interseting.

Thank Beamer23
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Reviewed 1 August 2017

We were taking a stroll when we came across Palazzo Mocenigo. We had a quick look, but decided against going inside for a visit, not our cup of tea....

Thank Dimitris L
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Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

I doubt that many tourists put this museum on their list when visiting Venice, but if you're staying a bit longer, do, because you won't regret it. We took the long walk from the Fish Market and that in itself, was a JOY! You'll get lost but it's worthwhile and you won't regret it. The museum has the Storp collection of perfume bottles, the largest in the world, housed in a gorgeous palace. The video is also in English and well done to appreciate this landmark collection.

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Reviewed 22 July 2017 via mobile

It is supposed to be about perfume and the making of perfume. Lots of displays of spices, etc that make perfume, a distillery, and pretty bottles- with that said, it's a creepy place- all the walls covered in red thick wallpaper, subliminal hyper sexual tones displayed by the way everything else is set up. Plastic baby's head with a third eye glued to the forehead, head of Baphomet with earrings up on wall! It was like I was on the movie "EYES WIDE SHUT". Needed a shower when I left, felt gross.

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