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Chiesa di San Domenico, Chioggia

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  • The Church of St. Domenico has a history suggestive and if you visit Chioggia should not miss a visit to it.
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  • This church is beautiful. As soon as we arrived in Melbourne, we were recommended the immediate visit. After the bridge, going right, you meet the Calle of the Holy Cross, with the oratorio of the same name, which appears closed; It runs along the calle until you come to another bridge, San Domenico and then descends on the eponymous Island connected to it, all on foot. At one time this island was owned by Benedictine monks then, around the 13th century, they are the Domenicani.La Church is a parish and shrine for the famous and impressive miraculous Crucifix. Inside also frescoes by Tintoretto.
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  • The Church of san Domenico and its adjacent space are beautiful places. The building is located on the island of san Domenico: small island that formerly housed the monks and their monasteries. The Church is famous for its legendary Christ carved and note hospitality and helpfulness of its keeper ... but the place is also an elegant and simple location for intimate moments, such as the celebration of a marriage (the Church hosts an original organ Callido which is used by the organist for ceremonies). In the summer during the sagra del pesce di Chioggia the ancient cloister space became home to one of the best stands of the city, in a charming and romantic, and why not, also a bit confusing as it is the traditional festival that gets lost among the scents, tastes delicious cuisine, the history and the sea. It should be noted that the island is accessible on foot only after passing two high bridges which cannot be covered with a pram; You can dock with small boats. However if you visit Chioggia, san Domenico, also worth visiting!
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