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If you’re like us, spending the day on Murano, this is well worth a visit. If you pay 2E to the box on the left side of the church you can illuminate the gold mosaic in the center for three minutes. The outside is nice,...More
This Duomo only takes a few minutes to admire from the inside and out but is definitely worth a stop. It is just along the canal from the main glass museum as well. There is some interesting background information on its restoration, suffering from water...More
If you want a direct ferry to the Murano Island in Venice. Go to the San Zaccaria ferry station near to San Marco square and go on the number 7 ferry. Many guide books and information say the 4.2 ferry which will take ages over...More
The architecture of this beautiful church is Romanesque, the exterior of the apse is lavishly decorated with multicolored bricks.
But it is the inside that holds the real surprise - unique and well preserved mosaics, covering the whole floor. According to the explanations on the...More
I was so surprised when I did enter this church. You don't expect much but inside it is a real gem - a beautiful altar and floor mosaics. The church was empty during my visit so I did stay a while. There were so many...More
Really loved the warmth of this church and the surrounding area. Someone was playing music outside during our visit which was lovely! No entry fee and beautiful mosaics. Happy we made the stop while visiting the island.
Sorry, I can't remember the hours, however we were there on a Saturday and got to go in for a few minutes right after there was a baptism or some such event so it was abut mid-morning. I think they have some weekday hours... More
Sorry, I can't remember the hours, however we were there on a Saturday and got to go in for a few minutes right after there was a baptism or some such event so it was abut mid-morning. I think they have some weekday hours it is accessible as well as Sunday services. (For a really stunning Basilica do not miss St Marks in Venice)
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