St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco) is the most famous square in Venice. The narrow side of the square opposite the Basilica of San Marco is known as Ala Napoleonica - a wing built by order of Napoleon, closing the square to form what he calls "the most beautiful living room in Europe". On St. Mark's Square, in addition to the basilica, are the Mint, the city library, the clock tower, the prosecutors, the city museum "Correr" and the Doge's Palace.

Rating 5 from 1 voted St. Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco), Venice