Caffè Florian is a coffee house situated in the Procuratie Nuove of Piazza San Marco (San Marco Square), Venezia (Venice). It was established in 1720, and is the oldest coffee house in continuous operation in Italy, and the oldest in the world.
The Florian opened with two simply furnished rooms on 29 December 1720 as “Alla Venezia Trionfante” (Venice the Triumphant), but soon became known as Caffè Florian, after its original owner Floriano Francesconi.
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Caffé Florian, Piazza San Marco
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Yashica FX, T-Max 400, 50mm Contax Zeiss f/1,4. – 2001
Google Street View – Photo Shot Location
If you want to go to the Piazetta, follow the left arrow until you leave the Procuratie Nuove.
A Short Glance Inside Caffé Florian
Caffé Florian has its official website. You’ll find more photos of the different rooms: The Chinese Room, The Hall of the Senate (the meeting point for a group of venetian patriots during the Italian Risorgimento), The Oriental Room, The Hall of Seasons, Liberty Room.
Other Photo Taken Piazza San Marco
San Marco Square pigeons are famous and a popular attraction in Venice. Caffé Florian is not visible but only 20 meters on the left.
Yashica FX, T-Max 400, 50mm Contax Zeiss f/1,4. – January 2001
Venice Fullscreen Gallery
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All Photos From the Blog Shot in Venice
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