Venice is full of history. Here is a tidbit
The German philosopher (Friedrich Nietzsche) lived in the 1600-built Palazzo Berlendis—set on the Fondamente Nuove by the feet of the Mendicanti bridge on the northern border of the city—between 1880 and 1887 and penned Thus Spoke Zarathustra here.
Yes, it appears that this unit is for sale. The exterior is a bit stern
A peek inside
There is a terrace
and it has a vew
The Fondamente Nuove has been depicted in art
And the Mendicanti bridge is nice – Nietszche’s palazzo is on the right one building in
Not so bad for a mere philosopher. What do you think?