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  • San Geremia
    San Geremia
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  • Santa Maria Assunta detta Gesuiti
    Santa Maria Assunta detta Gesuiti
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    Watch the specific art

    by Luchonda Updated Oct 17, 2004

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    Specific art and symbols on the walls and entrances of many churches and buildings.
    Peacocks is what i saw the most as sculpture, but please tell me about the symbolic value.

    Peacock
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    Chiesa dei Gesuiti

    by nicolettart Written Oct 15, 2003

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    Most notable to me inside this incredible church was the black and white marble. Definitely worth a visit if you have time...

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    Balcony inside i Gesuiti

    by nicolettart Updated Oct 15, 2003

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    What do you notice about this balcony? Well, it's completely black and white marble, and the drapery....is also marble!

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    Follow in the steps of Indiana Jones

    by smicki Written Dec 12, 2002

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    The church in Campo San Barnaba was in one of the Indiana Jones films .. I'm guessing Temple of Doom but correct me if I'm wrong!

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  • Two unknown cloisters:...

    by PietroC Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Two unknown cloisters: Sant'Apollonia, behind Palazzo Ducale, the only romanic cloister in Venice and the oldest one, and the lonely cloister of San Francesco della Vigna.

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    Chiesa San Geremia

    by Roeffie Written Aug 17, 2014

    Address: Campo San Geremia, Venezia

    The facade of the church is built in 1861. It is situated on the Campo with the same name. the interior is rather sober.

    Chiesa San Geremia
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