Can you tell me where I was when I took this picture?
No, it’s on the main island of Venice, but the wooden balconies are unusual there. Good guess!
It doesn’t ring a bell with me.
Is it near here? http://venice100bridges.blogspot.com.au/2015/04/bridge-seventy-three-ponte-de-cabernardo.html
I have no idea. I think that it must be a place to which the public usually don’t have access.
Yes, sort of. It’s in a building that houses a museum.
I want to say at Museo Fortuny…..the main entrance when Fortuny lived there….
You got it! The land entrance of the palace (well, now the entrance to the museum), faces the church of San Benedetto. In this photo, you see the inner courtyard. You can stand on the ground floor of this courtyard or look out the windows from the upper floors, but currently they’re not letting people use the staircase.
Good job, Cecilia!
Obviously Venice but where I know not! Reminds me of Bath in the UK.
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Kathleen Ann Gonzalez