Church of Santa Maria di Nazareth

The Church of Santa Maria di Nazareth is definitely not the most reputed of all places of worship in Venice. It remains, however, a sight to be visited while in... Church of Santa Maria di Nazareth

Church of San Giobbe

The Church of San Giobbe is one of the first Renaissance style buildings ever erected in Venice. The history of this edifice goes back to the mid 15th century, when... Church of San Giobbe

Saint Mark’s Basilica

Next to the Doge’s Palace, the Saint Mark’s Basilica (officially referred to as the Patriarchal Cathedral Basilica of Saint Mark – or, in Italian, Basilica Cattedrale Patriarcale di San Marco)... Saint Mark’s Basilica

Church of San Giorgio Maggiore

The Church of San Giorgio Maggiore is located on the island of San Giorgio Maggiore, which is part of the Venetian Lagoon. For tourists keen on exploring the wide architectural... Church of San Giorgio Maggiore

Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli

The Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli is largely deemed one of the most picturesque and, why not, most romantic churches of Venice (some say even at continental scale), which... Church of Santa Maria dei Miracoli

Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute

The Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute is roughly deemed one of the best examples of the Baroque style architecture in Venice. This place of worship is located in Dorsoduro,... Basilica of Santa Maria della Salute

Church of San Moise

The Church of San Moise is located in San Marco, pertaining to the same parish as the Church of San Fantin and the Saint Mark’s Basilica. It’s true the basilica... Church of San Moise

Church of Santa Maria del Giglio

The Church of Santa Maria del Giglio, also known as the Church of Santa Maria Zobenigo (as a tribute to the family who financially supported the construction of this place... Church of Santa Maria del Giglio

Church of Santa Maria della Fava

The Church of Santa Maria della Fava is a rather modest looking place of worship in the famed San Marco sestiere of Venice, mostly due to the fact the facade... Church of Santa Maria della Fava

Church of Santo Stefano

The construction works at the Church of Santo Stefano in Venice started in the 13th century, upon the commission of the Augustinian friars, but the edifice underwent significant restoration works... Church of Santo Stefano

Church of San Beneto

Despite the fact the Church of San Beneto (or Bartolomeo) no longer works as a place of worship, having been deconsecrated since the 1980s, it still remains a notable, even... Church of San Beneto

Church of San Salvador

Located in the proximity of the famed Mercerie, the main shopping street of Venice, the Church of San Salvador (or San Salvatore), as it stands today in all its architectural... Church of San Salvador

Church of San Zulian

The Church of San Zulian is, it too, located in San Marco, bordering the very Mercerie, which means its tourist visibility is guaranteed. The local traditions maintain this place of... Church of San Zulian

Church of Santa Maria dell Orto

The first to own the Church of Santa Maria dell’Orto were the members of the Humiliati order. In fact, they were the ones who commissioned the construction of this place... Church of Santa Maria dell Orto

Church of San Giovanni Crisostomo

The Church of San Giovanni Crisostomo is located in Cannaregio, and, while it might discourage tourists given its small size and the fact it is located in a crammed campo... Church of San Giovanni Crisostomo

Church of San Marziale

The construction works at the present Church of San Marziale began in 1693 and were completed in 1714, on the site of a former place of worship founded in the... Church of San Marziale

Church of San Zaccaria

The monumental Church of San Zaccaria is located in Castello, in the namesake campo, approximately halfway between the Saint Mark’s Basilica and Arsenale. From a religious point of view, the... Church of San Zaccaria



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