Highlights: Torceno Island is one of the birthplaces of Venice’s history and civilization. Today, it is one of the lonelier islands in Venice, but from the churches left on the island, you can still see the prosperity of the past. The famous American writer Ernest Hemingway once lived on the island in 1948. There are two main attractions on the island, one is Asenta Church and the other is St. Fusca Church. The end of summer is a time when many tourists are in Venice. If you want to avoid the crowds, there are still many places to go. Taking a boat from FondamenteNove or SanZaccharia to Torcello Island is a very good choice, be sure to give yourself Set aside some time to enjoy the island walk. This peaceful green field was established in the 5th and 6th centuries and is the oldest building claimed by Laguna. The church of Santa Maria Dell'Assunta was discovered in 639 BC, and there are many interesting mosaics to admire. Santa Fosca Church Santa Fosca was built at the end of the 11th century, a mixture of late Byzantine and Venetian Romanesque architecture, is one of the churches that can represent Venice. The church was originally built for the burial of martyrs, and the octagon that surrounds the colonnade of the church building is rare.