Church of San Giobbe

Built in the 15th Century, the church of San Giobbe is Venice's earliest example of Tuscan Renaissance architecture. Originally the church was built to house the poor residents of Venice, today, the church offers visitors a view of its famous triptych (three-panelled paintings) by Antonio Vicarini, located in the Sanctuary, and the Cappella Martini, which houses interesting blue and yellow glass and earthenware decorations.
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