Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is located in the narrow and sharp corner between the Grand Canal of Venice and the port of San Marco de Veneto. The unique and decorative shape and location make it one of the more mirrored churches in Italy. The main body of Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute is an octagonal church with a huge dome surrounded by a chapel. There are many murals created by artists, and it is worthwhile to stop here and enjoy.
From the river (in fact, it should be called the sea surface) a very eye-catching building in the past by boat, and then deliberately went to the other side of St. Mark's Square, because the business atmosphere is not strong, there are few people, so you can feel the atmosphere of the church. Somehow, I felt a little desolate, went out, sat on the steps, felt the sunset, let the mind rest quietly.
Baroque Notre Dame Cathedral and St. Mark's Square across the street stand out in memory of Venice's victory against the plague. The name is Ankang Riding on a Water Bus and Passing through a tall dome with a panoramic view.
Standing across the Grand Canal from St. Mark's Square, you can see it from a distance. Its unique decorative shape and geographical location make it one of the most mirrored churches in Italy.
Notre Dame Church of Ankang is on the Bank of the Venice River. The church is not big, but the building has its own characteristics. The dome is very beautiful! ________
The Cathedral of Notre Dame of Ankang is large in scale, the dome is beautiful, and the Italian style is unique. It is worth visiting.
It was built by the Republic of Venice to survive the Black Death in 1630. I want to set the tripod up to look up, and I want to get a better picture of the magnificence of the church.
A masterpiece of Baroque architecture in Venice. This church is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. A boat trip is the best way to get a panoramic view of the church from the Grand Canal.
Although St. Mark's Square is the heart and soul of Venice, there are many "other" in Venice. Otherwise, Venice would not be so charming. Santa Maria della salute is not as gorgeous as St. Mark's Cathedral, but because of its good location, it is also a dazzling pearl in Venice. Salute Church stands at the mouth of the canal. No one who comes to Venice will miss it. Early in the morning, it is the most beautiful image, like a lady with a gorgeous corolla standing at the door of Venice's living room, smiling to welcome guests from all directions. This church is a masterpiece of Baroque architecture in Venice. It is a gift from the Government of the Republic to the Virgin Mary at the time of the Black Death in the 17th century. The church was built on more than a million four-meter-long stakes and was completed in 1687. The church is magnificent in appearance but simple in interior. There is an octagonal hall under the dome, surrounded by six chapels, and a huge chandelier in the middle adds a mysterious artistic atmosphere to it. The three altar sculptures and Titian paintings are the pride of the church. On the opposite side of St. Mark's Square, the church is to be crossed by boat or by the Academy of Fine Arts Bridge not far from the next door.
Legend has it that the Virgin Mary saved Venice from the threat of the Black Death, for which the church was built. Whether in the canal or in St. Mark's Square, the church stands far away and the sea and sky are the same.
The Church in the sunshine is beautiful, peaceful and magnificent. There are also paintings by the master Michelangelo in the church.