The Church of St. Avis is a Gothic building built in the 14th century, and its outer walls do not show rich interiors. The reason why this church is so unique is that Barco is supported by two slender pillars, a hanging choir, and the huge doorway is composed of Estra stone and a statue of St. Alves.
The brick-red building seen when leaving Venice by boat is very conspicuous. I don’t know if there are many tourists visiting the island. We just saw the exterior from the boat and it didn’t feel like a church. Built in the 15th century, it still has a long history.
St. Avis Church is a very good place. This church is located in the center of the street and belongs to a bus station. There are many shops outside the church. The whole church is very tall and has several floors.
It is located in the Cannaregio district of Venice, not far from the railway station, only a ten-minute walk away. The church was built at the end of the 15th century. The brick-red exterior wall is very eye-catching. There are always pictures of the crucifixion in the church.
Personally, I think it's very general, especially when compared with other churches in Venice. I walked by without paying attention. The structure of several floors belongs to a bus station.
Preston_Dominguez: Campo Sant'Alvise, Venice 30121 Italy
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace