San Polo and Santa Margherita are the largest piazzas in Venice. Coming from San Tomà the church is barely visible and ... More
San Polo and Santa Margherita are the largest piazzas in Venice. Coming from San Tomà the church is barely visible and the bell tower, detached from the building, is visible from the other side of the three-meter wide street. In the oratory hangs Via Crucis by Tiepolo.
The name Carlo Scarpa is synonymous in Venice with architecture. The place itself is worthy of exhibition, regardless of the
exhibits themselves. You will find works by 20th century masters: bronze and glass sculptures, paintings and drawings. There is ...
The Chiesa di San Giacomo dall'Orio (or San Giacomo Apostolo St James the Apostle) is a church in Venice, northern
Italy, located in the sestiere (quarter) of Santa Croce). The origin of the church's name is unknown. Possibilities include ...
Built in the 9th century, this church has a 16th century façade by Sansovino. On the portal there is the
portrait of Tommaso Rangone, a benefactor of the church and the first ordinary man to be portrayed in a ...