Church of San Geremia

Church of San Geremia


Venice, Italy (IT)
Church built in the eleventh century, was rebuilt in the thirteenth century and consecrated in the 1292 and, of this period conserves the bell-tower maded with bricks, while the facade is clearly from the nineteenth century.

Interior has a Greek plan - clearly inspired to the model of Salute Church (sestriere of Dorsoduro) - and was built on the project of architect Carlo Corbellini; altars keep paintings of the eighteenth century as La morte di San Giuseppe by Francesco Maggiotto, La Vergine che assiste all'incoronazione di Venezia by Jacopo Palma il Giovane; while on the main altar find place two statues - San Pietro and il Profeta Geremia - sculpted in the 1798 by Torretti (Giovanni Ferrari).
Church built in the eleventh century, was rebuilt in the thirteenth century and consecrated in the 1292 and, of this period conserves the bell-tower maded with bricks, while the facade is clearly from the nineteenth century.

Interior has a Greek plan - clearly inspired to the model of Salute Church (sestriere of Dorsoduro) - and was built on the project of architect Carlo Corbellini; altars keep paintings of the eighteenth century as La morte di San Giuseppe by Francesco Maggiotto, La Vergine che assiste all'incoronazione di Venezia by Jacopo Palma il Giovane; while on the main altar find place two statues - San Pietro and il Profeta Geremia - sculpted in the 1798 by Torretti (Giovanni Ferrari).
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By: kjfitz

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