The church has a white exterior wall and a round dome. When I go during the day, there is no one in the morning. Close to the small river, there are many different bridges on the small river, and it’s nice to take pictures here.
The Church of St. Moise is a pretty good building, very close to St. Mark. During our four days in Venice, we passed several times. It was built in the Baroque style. This church was originally built in the 8th century. It was dedicated to Moses and Moisie Vernier, who funded 9 Century’s reconstruction work.
The beautiful detailed facade of Chiesa di San Moise is not to be missed, nor is the wonderfully detail of the church's interior. The gondola service just outside is also fabulous!
This is a beautiful example of baroque art in Venice. This church was built in the 8th century and contains very important works of Tintoretto and other artists. The facade is very interesting with its baroque style. It is in the same campiello of Hotel Bauer, expensive but a perfect choice for whom could try it.
I wasn't able to go into the Chiesa di San Moise - it seems like I missed going into most of the churches in this area by just a slim amount - but the facade is absolutely gorgeous. It's a great example of baroque art and combined with the busy piazza in front of it and the bustling gondola stand it's a fantastic place to visit.
This is the church that we visited by accident. We passed by when we were going to dinner. The exact location is no longer known. Anyway, it is in the maze of streets and alleys in Venice. The exquisite carving is the first impression of this sedan. Although it is not very large, it feels very delicate. This church is worth stopping and admiring!