churches mix Venice

  

In Venice there are many churches built in different times and style like Romanic and baroque. The largest and most famous is San Marco basilica located in San Marco square close to Ducal Palace, but there are many others like the church Friars, church San Geremia, the Carmini, the Scalzi: each one is an art masterpiece full of history and treasures.



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