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San Pietro Martire, Murano
(4.3/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • Amazing place, even took communion at 4pm. The frescos are beautiful and the floor tiles are really interesting and tell you if the time lines. Worth a visit 
  • Built in 1348 and initially dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. Destroyed by fire in 1474, only in 1511 was rebuilt as it appears today. The Church closed in 1806, a few years after the fall of the Venetian Republic, was reopened to worship only in 1813. Made of bricks "on sight", the façade is divided into three parts with 16th century portal surmounted by a large rose window, characterize Renaissance traits. Impressive, the belfry, dates from 1498-1502. The Interior has three naves divided by massive columns, and roof beams discoveries. Works by Giovanni Bellini, Paolo Veronese, Bartolomeo Letterini, Giuseppe Porta, known as il Salviati and a "baptism of Christ" that many scholars attribute to the Tintoretto.
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  • Not the most beautiful church with some artifacts, but a little visit if you already on the island worth.
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  • Nice and majestic church!
  • Great church
  • Average church.
  • Beautiful church, the first one you come to the walk from the vaporetto stop, has a simple and poor, but inside she discovers a rich interior and beautiful, with chandeliers, beautiful works of art, some attributed to tintoretto. Certainly worth a visit!
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  • Very good Church.
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