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We were strolling the pedestrian streets beyond the large 13th C San Lorenzo and discovered this small church in red and white brick. Its a 19th C neo-Gothic remake of a 15th C Venetian Gothic(originally attached to a Carmelite Convent). The single nave interior of...More