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I visited this church because it is located right by the Boscolo Venezia Hotel, in Cannareggio. It is really worth it! It is beautiful on the outside, located in a very peaceful place, and has also a pretty interior, including several paintings of Domenico Tintoretto,...More
This part of Canneregio is quite ordinary, even a little dull with some indifferent modern apartments. The church, too, is quite plain on its exterior. But, it is where Tintoretto did much work and there are stunning pieces all around the altar. He lived nearby...More
Madonna dell'Orto is away from the crowd and can be reach by walking through the former Jewish ghetto. Use Google map to stay on track and cross the canals at the bridges. When you arrive, the church is unassuming from the outside but the real...More
Away from the ordinary touristic routes in Venice, the Church of the Madonna dell’Orto is the ideal place to visit, quiet and calm but plenty of masterpieces of great interest, many paintings from the venetian school, which Tintoretto is the most representative and where is...More
Off the beaten track, but well worth it. Tintoretto's famous painting "The Presentation of the Virgin" and more adorn the walls of this church. Well worth it if you are interested in comparing this painting to the same one done by Titian
We were not keen on the outside of this church, but loved the contents. This rather ugly duckling amidst beautiful churches was built mid 14th century and devoted to St. Christopher, patron saint of traders and travellers, is situated at the side of the Rio...More
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Nope. The church is in a residential area of Venice and away from most of the tourist attractions and crowds. So unless you have the misfortune of arriving the same time as a tour group does, you'll have the church mostly... More
Nope. The church is in a residential area of Venice and away from most of the tourist attractions and crowds. So unless you have the misfortune of arriving the same time as a tour group does, you'll have the church mostly to yourself.