One of the milestones be missed if you come to Venice is the museum of Ca ‘Rezzonico, the only Venetian palace still intact with inside the original furniture and clothing to understand and see what life was like in the eighteenth century. This magnificent palace overlooking the Grand Canal is a typical example of Venetian Baroque. Construction was begun in 1667 by the will of the family from Bon Longhena but for lack of funds the work was interrupted. After the death of Longhena Rezzonico was bought by the family that he completed and arrichì pouring lots of money. Today it houses the Museum of the Venetian ‘700, inside the magnificent halls such as the dance of Giorgio Massari with frescoes by Tiepolo, original period furniture. Famous is the room on the main floor and the Allegory of the eighteenth century numerous paintings depicting the life of that time in Venice by Pietro Longhi, or stunning panoramic views of Canaletto and Guardi.