The Venetian is my co-pick as the most beautiful casino (along with the Wynn/Encore). It's well-known for it's deep-stack poker tournaments, but is also be recognized for its beauty.
The Palazzo is part of the Venetian complex.
You can read what Wikipedia says about the Venetian here.
Venice, Italy, has many canals. The Venetian attempts to duplicate that:
Gondolas are flat-bottomed boats well-suited to the canals in Venice. Now they are used mainly for romantic sight-seeing.
Did you know there is also a Venetian in Macao? It is (currently) the largest casino in the world at 550,000 sq ft (51,000 sq meters).
There are many statues and fountains that are lovely.
I walked north, then looked back at part of the Venetian peeking over the Sands Convention Center.
If you go inside the Venetian, and take the escalators up one floor, you can get a close-up view of some exquisite artwork.
Tomorrow: Three collages of random photos.