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San Polo - Venice 


San Polo - Venezia district is the smallest of the six districts of Venice, which is the smallest area. One feature that distinguishes San Polo - Venice is the dense presence of 'house and shop', ie dwellings and productive place. In San Polo Venezia are a large slice of Venetian residents and local business pubs and bacari, serving typical Venetian dishes and savor the famous 'cicheti' (appetizers skewered on a stick).


But even in San Polo - Venice over the years there has been a transformation of the business, as in all cities, flourishing shops, restaurants and business centers for tourist apartments in Venice for tourism in addition to the usual hotels.


Be sure to visit the following places in San Polo - Venice



Rialto Bridge - Venice

The Rialto Bridge in Venice is' the oldest bridge in the city that connects the two banks of the Grand Canal. The shape, the style that presents the Rialto bridge in Venice, and the result of the motions restorations made over the years


The Rialto bridge in Venice dates back to 1172, and had been built in wood.  In 1557 the Venetian Republic announced a competition for the renovation of the Rialto bridge in Venice stone.


Among the competitors there were architects Palladio and Sanmicheli. But eventually he won the competition for the reconstruction of the Rialto bridge in Venice 'proto' Antonio da Ponte, and in 1591 the bridge was inaugurated.


The last restoration carried out at the Rialto bridge in Venice was at the end of 2016, the work was sponsored by the company DIESEL with owner Mr. Renzo Rosso.

Palazzo Venezia Camerlenghi


In the Palace of Camerlenghi c'rano Magistrates Officers at the Fundraising for the finances of the Republic. The ground floor of the Palazzo Camerlenghi contained the cells for The Dodgers Tax.


Ruga degli Oresi ( 'wrinkle' derives from Rua co significance of Road) and The Road Again with many shops 'Oresi' (Goldsmiths).


Church of S.Giacometto Venice

The Church of S.Giacometto Perhaps the oldest church in Venice, Keeps The architectural Plant Greek cross. In front of the Church of S.Giacometto IS Gobbo di Rialto, by Pietro Notice where you could read the decrees of the Republic. This was the commercial heart of Venice; Here it is the merchants gathered for Their contracts and here was the Banco Giro, the bank That allowed the circulation of credit, established since the twelfth secolo.L'Erbaria, with Pescaria and Beccaria completed the three major markets of the city.


Factories New Venice

The New Factories have been designed by Sansovino in 1555, was the seat of the magistrates in charge of Trade.


Church of S. Cassiano Venice

The Church of S. Cassiano probably built in the tenth century. Paintings by Jacopo Tintoretto and Andrea Schiavone.


Church of S.Aponal Venice

The Church of S.Aponal dates back to the eleventh century, built by a family originally from Ravenna. Today it is deconsecrated and closed.


Campo San Polo Venice

The Campo San Polo From the name to the district, took its present proportions in 1750 when the St. Anthony Channel front, surrounded From the beautiful prospects of the palaces Whether they delimit. In Campo San Polo he was racing, the bull hunt and the masked festivities Durane carnival.


Church of San Polo (Contraction of St. Paul) Venice

The Church of S. Polo That is, the present building and the result of various interventions of the fourteenth and fifteenth century. Inside the church of San Polo Paintings by Tintoretto, Palma the Younger and Gia Domenico Tiepolo scam the 14 paintings of the Via Crucis.


Goldoni's house

La Casa Goldoni That palace of the fifteenth century. In Goldoni's House probably, in 1707, he was born Carlo Goldoni, playwright of '700; Today is the Theatre Museum and Goldoniane memories.


Basilica of the Friars (Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari) Venice

The Frari Church, built in the fourteenth century Franciscans Take That had settled in Venice since 1222 approx. The Frari And Stata rebuilt in the fifteenth century, contains historical memories of the Republic with paintings of the greatest painters comments, coming Titian and Bellini. The Frari architecturally And a gothic example of the fifteenth Century Meta. The Campanile And One More ups and was Initiated in 1361.


Scuola Grande di San Rocco Venice

The school Scuola Grande di San Rocco FIND homonymous field. The Scuola Grande di San Rocco It was established in 1478 as Mutual Aid charity. The present building of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco was begun in 1489 and Brought a term in the sixteenth century dall'arhitetto Giangiacomo Grey. The Scuola Grande di San Rocco and famous for the series of paintings by Tintoretto What Ornano the sale. Next to the Scuola Grande di San Rocco you FIND The Church, also dedicated to St. Rocco, built in the XVI century, rebuilt by architect Giovanni Scalfurotto in '700.


Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista Venice


The Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista brotherhood founded in 1307. In the fifteenth century was built the home in 1481 and La Bottega dei Lombardi building the massive portal in the Renaissance style. In 1512 Marco Codussi rebuilt the great internal staircase. Suppressed Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista With Napoleonic edicts in 1806 the building was purchased in 1856, the Scuola Grande di San Giovanni Evangelista by SOME privatization and now has Still The Role of brotherhood.



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