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When we are in Italy, we love to visit churches. Most of them have a lot of history and art inside and this beautiful Church in Murano is not an exception. It has many paintings and art.
When you go there, please respect the people...More
Churches and basiliques on Murano are quite unique and different from the architectural style often seen in Venice.
I particularly liked this church for its structure, materials used like the red ocre brick, and also for its wonderful paintings, as some of them take the...More
Unfortunately picture taking inside the church wasn't allowed, but this grand church, at the other side of the canal to the famous "Cometa di Vetro" is worth a visit. In this church you can step inside not hindered by tourists groups, or having to pay...More
This church named in honor of Pietro da Verona was built in 1348, and rebuilt in its current configuration in 1511. In the interior, there are 3 naves, divided by two rows of columns. The interior is rather austere even with the Murano chandeliers hanging...More
With grand Murano chandeliers and significant art within. The church complex is also worth exploring with little court yards whose walls are intermittently studded with fine Roman mosaic portraits of persons important to church history.
Many people come here to see some Bellini and Tintoretto, and worth a look they are too. What I personally found more impressive were the wood carvings in the sacristy, depicting the life of St John the Baptist, and the sculptures that punctuate them. Very...More
The current church was completed in 1511, at the site of the original church, which in turn, was built in 1348. This is a Roman Catholic church, built as a classical basilica: three parallel naves, with tall Renaissance-style windows and a large rosette on the...More