Assassin's Creed 2 - Feathers and Treasure Chests guide


Treasure map:

Above: Click the image for the full-sized version

Feather map:

San Polo district feather locations (left):

Feather map:

SP1: On top of a pole on the northwestern side of the Ponte di Rialto

SP2: On top of a wooden sign jutting out from the west wall of a residential building.

SP3: On a beam overlooking a canal.

SP4: On a striped pole in a narrow canal; not far from the bridge pictured here.

SP5: On top of a skeletal beam structure between two buildings, over a canal.

SP6: On a beam sticking out of the south side of a building that’s right on the water.

SP7: On a long beam over a blacksmith’s shop.

SP8: On a beam connecting two buildings, above a bridge.

SP9: On a planks-and-beams bridge between two buildings.

San Marco feather locations (middle):

District map:

SM1: On a beam over the middle of an alley between three buildings.

SM2: On a striped pole in the middle of a narrow canal.

Above: This was another one we accidentally grabbed before we could take a screen, but we found it where Ezio is sitting

SM3: On a beam extending out over a bridge.

SM4: On a beam overlooking a major canal.

Above: We grabbed this one too quickly, too, but that feather icon shows where we found it

SM5: On a balcony near a bridge that leads to the San Marco plaza.

SM6: On a beam near the roof of a building, right above a blacksmith’s shop.

SM7: On top of a crane just north of the domes on the roof of the Basilica di San Marco.

SM8: On a beam overlooking a canal, just under the roof of its building.

SM9: On a balcony near the rooftops.

Next: Venice (part 2)

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