You can find two museums focused on modern and oriental art in this splendorous Baroque palace built in the 18th century.
The Greek name of this garden comes from the convent which stood here. Its trees, benches and fountains make for a pleasant rest.
This church was founded as early as in the 9th century which makes it one of the oldest churches in Venice.
Turks lived and did their business in this palace from the 17th to the 19th century.
This huge Gothic edifice (which was however rebuilt in the 17th century) houses a museum of costumes and fabrics.
The very first church occupying this spot was built in the 10th century.
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