The meaning of Bari is twofold: some want it to indicate a swampy place that was granted to a group of nuns to erect their own convent; others the art of Bareteri, that is the manufacturers and dealers in cotton and woolen caps, which practiced their craft here and had the seat of their art school in the church of San Biasio.
To be noticed the arch at the entrance to the former court of Ca' Pisani, with coat of arms of Istria stone 






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