Saint Nicolò, Treviso

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  • Than the disappointing Cathedral, the structure is older. Simply show the fresco of the monk with glasses.
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  • What is striking looking the Church from outside its grandeur set in a cramped space. Too small to make them honor! And the feeling of quiet Majesty you live even inside where everything tells of the past epochs, historical and religious personalities lived, the scars and the profanation suffered over the centuries, the love and passion of the Dominicans for the temple. You can't tell the whole story briefly without penalize her: from small church built shortly after 1230 to various modifications, interruptions (for famines, earthquakes, poor harvests, the black death, the fall of nobles from Carrara, employment after the Venetian Republic in 1787 by the French garrison and the Austrians then until 1830; on that date, the adjoining convent returned to the Curia and the temple was repaired until in June of 1850 worship resumed. Crossed both world wars continuing to suffer damage and subsequent repair works until 1960. What is striking is the light from the East bursts into the Church by taking a path to the sanctuary and the altar. On 21 December of each year (the 22 if leap year) around midday, from small upper Windows and stained glass, the light illuminates both the frieze is the medallions with Saints of the nave: attracts many followers of this particular event because very impressive. The historical and artistic heritage is remarkable: 14th-century frescoes by various authors, works of Tomaso da Modena, paintings by Venetian authors from the 16th and 17th centuries, the organ veneto di Gaetano Callido, and skipping others. I dwell on the two tombs at the sides of the Altar; at the top left you can see the monument to Senator Augustine Onigo, carved between 1490 and 1505 by John from Osteno Bottega dei Lombardi. On the wall opposite the Nollamara is a monument to Dominican Pope Benedict XI sculpted by Giovanni Comin in 1693. Worth joining no rush to visit it and leave it to you to tell ...
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  • The most beautiful and majestic Church of the city, a must if you go from Treviso. The Interior contains remarkable frescos by Tommaso da Modena and his school. Giant image of San Cristoforo by Antonio di Treviso.
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