This is the square in front of the church of San Zakaria in the southeast of the city. When I walked around, I didn't have any special feeling. It is suitable for taking pictures and it is a place worth visiting. The quality is naturally good.
There is a flower exhibition in the church of San Zakaria, which does not open until four o'clock in the afternoon. It contains famous paintings, small statues of Venice, and beautifully carved seats and golden altars. Go down some wooden stairs to the cellar flooded by water, but you can still see the vaulted ceiling and their reflection in the water.
The front façade of the church is very different from other churches in Venice. It is very special and simple, and it feels like you will never forget it when you meet. Unfortunately, there is a charge for visiting the church.
San Zaccaria is yet another of the beautiful churches of Venice. This one has a slight resemblance to Miracoli.
This church is close to Piazza San Marco. It was built in a mixture of Gothic and Renaissance styles between 1444 and 1515. It contains works of very important artists, such as Tiepolo, Bellini, Tintoretto.