When I was visiting other churches, the pastor recommended me to go. Sure enough, the inside was more delicate, especially the frescoes.
Among the many ancient buildings in Venice, one of the more beautiful, you must go to see the typical appearance of European architecture!
The Synagogue of St. George’s Congregation has been built for about six hundred years, but it is still intact. It turned out to be the congregation of the Damacians along the Adriatic Sea. There are also famous frescoes.
The Congregation of St. George’s Congregation is a relatively small place. It has a long history. The tour guide introduced the information here very carefully. There are many murals inside, all of which are Western figures, and they basically don’t understand.
The protection of the church itself has done a great job. As a classic building that showcases Italian Renaissance art creation, the windows here are relatively dark and the floors are not very high, which to a certain extent avoids the influence of light on the indoor frescoes and is convenient for protection. Relatively speaking, the works here are not very direct, and indirectly hint at the helpless scenes of many people being persecuted in the past.
Preston_Dominguez:Castello, 3259a, Venice, Italy
Jeremy_Dodson:I recommended St. Mark's Square,Canal Grande,Bridge of Sighs,Saint Mark's Basilica,Doge's Palace