Inside the newlyweds' Sunday night dinner at the Granaries of the Republic
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Mr. and Mrs. Clooney’s wedding weekend revelry carries on!

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin continued their four-day Italian nuptials celebration Sunday night, enjoying a dinner with about 100 guests at the historic Granaries of the Republic.

The newlyweds – who tied the knot Saturday at luxe Venetian resort the Aman Canal Grande – kept the festivities at their matrimonial home base, the Belmond Hotel Cipriani.

For the happy couple’s Sunday dinner, the Granaries were decorated red: The facade was illuminated in red, local blown-glass Murano vases were filled with feathers and apples, and velvet pillows were placed on wrought-iron chairs.

The Granaries, which date back to the 19th century, are situated on an old palazzo’s ruins and once stored grain for the city. They boast ancient brick walls, high ceilings and views of the lagoons from the tip of the Giudecca island. Modernized with sprawling ballrooms and waterfront terraces, they make up the hotel’s exclusive event space.


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