There are some interesting and old musical instruments museums, but in a church, the church itself faces a small square and fountain, just off the Rialto Bridge, which is free to visit but donated to help maintain. It was founded as early as 400 AD, but others think it is more likely to be closer to the 11th century or later.
Thirty large Italian centers, the whole square, divided into two south-east joints, very magnificent.
It is very easy to recognise San Giacomo di Rialto church. Why? Because of the huge clock that is hanging above the entrance. It is believed that this is the oldest church in Venice. It was probably built in 5th century which means it is more than 1,500 years old!
You can see it from the bridge, a small church
The lower bridge on the west side of the Rialto Bridge is the chapel
The oldest church in Venice