Interesting and impressive huge Gothic Church with fine paintings and tombs of many Doges. You can also find an altar with Santa Catharina's foot!
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Worth a visit, quite busy when we went which is not always the best time to visit. Interesting and spectacular though and enjoyed going around it.
I loved the outside, very pretty, in a very pleasant square with a few cafés and benches. not overcrowded. There was a fee to enter. This seems incorrect for a religious building.
must visit place even if you don't enter the church .views from outside are one of best in Venice.good place to have a break
Not too many famous art work here. But the numerous art works here are of equal, if not better quality and calibre! The atmosphere is more sacred since there are basically no tourists here. Very personal experience: I saw a senior couple here in a...More
This is a nice church,but, let's face it, most church buildings have been built in a usually extravagant manner, and there is not much to dislike. It's lovely inside, although we only had a very quick look from the entrance door.
An interesting Church which has been partially converted into a Hospital. It is located in a nice square with several outdoor restaurants. A nice location between the easterly district and Ponte Rialto
A very unique and impressive Basilica that definitely worth visiting when in Venice. Cost €3.50 to enter, well worth it. Doesn't seem much from the outside (it is next to a hospital which has a beautiful lobby), but the inside is impressive and contains valuable...More
After dining nearby we heard music coming from the church. We entered through a open side door and were treated to a free concert of the Harrow Young Musicians Philharmonic (from England)! They were great and the setting wonderful.