The island of St. Michel is a small, square island surrounded by red walls. This island is actually a public cemetery in Venice. The island of Venice is already very crowded, the dead can no longer come to fight for land with the living, so the dead are buried on the island of San Michele outside the island. The cemetery is divided into different cemeteries according to Judaism, Catholicism, Christianity, and Orthodox Church.
The Abbey of Saint-Michel is located on the island of Saint-Michel and is the only church on the island. In fact, the entire island is a public cemetery, also known as the island of death. Although the island has different grave areas for Judaism, Catholicism, Orthodox and Christianity, the San Michele Monastery is a Roman Catholic church designed by the architect Mauro Coducci, and the exterior is the unique salt white of Istrian stone.
Chiesa di San Michele in Isola is located at the northernmost corner of the island of San Michele in Venice. Since 1469, the monastery of San Michele in Isola has silently guarded the souls buried on the island. The church uses salt. It is built of white Istrian stone, showing a light gray color, low-key and solemn.
A monastery next to the river is solemn and solemn. The monastery is also a very good sight when seen from the tour boat. It is said that this place is also a cemetery in history, and it is a unique and quiet place.
At the F.te Nove pier on the north side of the main island of Venice, take the No. 12 water bus to the glass island or the colorful island, passing through the island of Saint Michel at the earliest. I found that the entire island was surrounded by a red wall, and it seemed that there was no place to stop. It turned out that the entire island was a cemetery, so people who were okay would not easily go to this island. Behind the church is the cemetery. Like domestic cemeteries, there are fewer and fewer cemeteries on the island of Saint-Michel, and the price is getting more and more expensive. Many Venetians have been unable to buy a piece of land for themselves to lie down forever on the island of Saint-Michel.