|Doge of Venice|
|Preceded by||Alvise Pisani|
|Succeeded by||Francesco Loredan|
|Born||5 October 1677|
Venice, Republic of Venice
|Died||7 March 1752|
Pietro Grimani (October 5, 1677 in Venice – March 7, 1752 in Venice) was a Venetian statesman and aristocrat  who served as the 115th Doge of Venice from June 30, 1741, until his death. Grimani was a cultured and learned man, who wrote poetry and counted among his acquaintances Isaac Newton, who he had met while serving as a diplomat in England. He was succeeded as Doge by Francesco Loredan. Pietro Grimani was the castellanus of coron and modon. The Venitian senate gave regions like monemvasia to Grimani but Grinmani was not able to gain full control.
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