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CAMPIELLO DE LA FRATERNA

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The square’s name derives from the presence of an establishment receiving the poor, owned by the Fraterna Grande, founded in 1535 by Bartolomeo Nordio, a wood merchant from Bergamo. Under the terms of his will 50 thousand ducats were to be used for charity, helping many people, including many ruined noblemen, and releasing debtors from prison on Christmas and Easter. 

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In the square, we see a coat of arms in Istrian stone showing San Zaccaria 

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and a classical well head with a fountain.

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iconPiazza San Marco
iconCalle delle Rasse
iconBrandolisio Forcole e Remi
Calle Corte Rota 4725 Castello
iconMiotto
Salizada Zorzi 4945 Castello
iconCampiello de la Fraterna
iconPastificio Serenissima
Salizada dei Greci 3455 Castello
iconSchola San Zaccaria
Salizada dei Greci 3456 Castello
iconCampo Bandiera e Moro o de la Bragora
iconAntica Torrefazione Artigianale Veneziana Girani
Campo della Bragora 3727 Castello
iconCampo San Martin
iconCampo de la Tana
iconVia Garibaldi
iconSotoportego de le Ancore
iconCampo Sant'Isepo
iconGiorgio Girelli
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