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St Mark's Basilica, Venice
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Piazza San Marco, 328, 30100 Venezia VE, Italia
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St Mark's Basilica in Venice is a masterpiece of Byzantine architecture. It is the main temple of the city and probably the most famous landmark of Venice. It is located in the center of the city – on the Piazza San Marco. It is unforgivable to come to Venice and not to visit the Basilica of San ...
Church of San Lorenzo, Verona
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Corso Cavour 28, 37121 Verona, Italia
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In one of the courtyards of beautiful Verona near the Adige river stands the ancient church of San Lorenzo (Chiesa di San Lorenzo), the saint who is deeply revered in Italy. The edifice is both architecturally and historically valuable. After numerous alterations and restorations, the building ...
San Geremia Church, Venice
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Cannaregio, 335, Venice, Veneto, Italy
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San Geremia in Venice carries the name of the prophet Jeremiah. The church was built in the 11th century. Today it is a significant religious center located on the waterfront of the Grand Canal in the Cannaregio district. It is also very close to the central railway station. History of San ...
Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, Venice
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Venice, Veneto, Italia
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A unique religious landmark can be found standing in the very heart of Venice – it is called the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari and was built by Franciscans in the 15th century. Today the temple is located in the San Polo area on the square of the same name. The building is also often ...
Church of Santa Maria e San Donato, Venice
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Venice, Veneto, Italia
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The Venetian-Byzantine Church of Santa Maria e San Donato founded in the 12th century is located on the main square of Murano Island in Venice. Initially, a cathedral consecrated in honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary was standing right where the church can be found now. That construction didn’t ...
The Basilica of Saints John and Paul, Venice
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Venice, Veneto, Italia
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The Basilica of Saints John and Paul is one of the most famous cathedrals in Venice. It is also known as San Zanipolo. This name originated from the specific dialect of the Venetians. The basilica is located on Piazza dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo, in the Castello district. Once you come to Venice, it ...
San Giorgio Maggiore Church, Venice
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Venice, Veneto, Italia
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A church called San Giorgio Maggiore and built between 1566 and 1610 stands tall on a picturesque island of the same name. The architect Andrea Palladio was put in charge of the construction and completed by his apprentice Vincenzo Scamozzi after master’s death. The basilica is designed in the ...
Santi Apostoli Church, Venice
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Campo Santi Apostoli, 30121 Venezia, Italia
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Santi Apostoli Church in Venice (Chiesa dei Santi Apostoli) is a remarkable landmark of the city, as the temple is located exactly in the place where the Venetians ancestors settled for the first time. By the way, it is one of the oldest churches in Venice with one of the tallest belfries. The ...
Santa Maria della Salute, Venice
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Venice, Italy
1739
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Santa Maria della Salute in Venice was built in the 17th century in gratitude to the Virgin Mary for ridding the citizens of the plague. The years 1630–1631 were fatal for medieval Venetians. The terrible plague claimed the lives of about a third of the population. In 1631, after the Doge Nicolo ...
Basilica of Saint Anthony, Padua
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Piazza del Santo 11, 35123 Padova PD, Italia
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