Correr Museum  
 
The environments of the Corer Museum are housed in theNapoleonic wing and in some rooms of the New Procuraties;
  it keeps an important picture- gallery (paintings of the Venetian school from 1300 to 1500, of Ferrarese and Flemish school), harvests of art objects, historical relics, documents, books that testify the history of Venice. Every room is enriched by exposures of statues, of armors and one particularly is dedicated to the glories of the Doge Francesco Morosini called the Peloponnesian. Absolutely to see the masterpieces of Cosmè Tura, Antonello da Messina, the Bellini, Alvise Vivarini, Vittore Carpaccio, Lorenzo Lotto, Vincenzo Catena. The building also houses the Museum of the Risorgimento and of the Venetian nineteenth century, that keep some precious prints, relics and documents from the eigtheenth century until the annexation of Venice to the Italian kingdom (1866).