Alto Church is a famous church and monastery in Venice. Its quiet location (the northern part of Venice that few people visit) and Gothic front red brick are worth seeing. Notre Dame Church in the garden has a very beautiful architectural style. It seems that visitors are only received at 10:30 a.m. in the morning. We went early and people worship.
Can buy a church ticket, about 10 euros, students 7 euros, a total of 16 toll churches, Italian churches are really different, worth seeing!
The church is impressively tall, and the huge classical facade can be seen from the canal. This is a fairly common Baroque style, so there are not many tourists, but there are several important reasons. In ancient times, it was an institution that trained young women to become music professionals. It was also a special orphanage.
Notre Dame Catering Garden: Notre Dame Catering Garden was dedicated to Christopher in the 14th century, but when the image of Notre Dame and Son was found in a nearby vegetable garden, it was re-dedicated to Notre Dame Catering Garden. The name of the church was changed to Notre Dame Catering Garden.
From the burning of the church in the fire to the rebuilding and expansion, all these processes witnessed the supreme power and independence of Salzburg's bishops. The first feeling of the whole church is isolation and peace.
Notre Dame Garden is a very historic church in Venice. It has been built for more than 600 years. It has a very long history. If you go overland in Venice, you can see this simple church.
There is no charge for visiting the church, and many classical works of artists are collected. The first feeling of the whole church is isolation and quiet.
The first feeling of the whole church is isolation and tranquility. The Gothic style is basically in line with the historical characteristics of Venice.
The first feeling is isolation and tranquility. There are several different and rich sceneries in the interior.
Hanging on the altar is a very rich and incredible work, in fact, I personally oppose entering a church, but I overcome this point, here is charming.