The Church of Our Lady of Miracles is unique. It was designed and built by an artist named Pietro Lombardo and his team. This is an example of Venetian architecture using colored marble. It has a circular shape in front of its exterior, and a single-passage staircase leads to the main altar. The virgin and child painting are at the core of the altar. It is a beautiful church, worth seeing.
Looking at this church from the opposite side of the Grand Canal, this church is quite beautiful. This church was built by people to escape the Black Death in the past. After the plague, it was built to thank the Virgin for her protection. It is also very meaningful.
This is a church built in the late 15th century. It is mainly decorated with silver, white, and gray. The color looks quite simple and elegant. There is a large hall in it that is not particularly spacious, but the atmosphere is good.
We stumbled upon this church while walking around Venice. The Church of Our Lady of Miracles has marble walls. The most famous is the fresco of the Virgin Mary above the altar. However, the Church of Our Lady of Miracles requires a three-euro ticket. But think about the hundreds of churches in Venice, and all the costs of maintenance and restoration, so the ticket is still worth it.
The construction of the Church of Our Lady of Miracles began in 1675 and was completed in 1681. The church is named for the incredible appearance of the Virgin Mary on the main altar. The church is half open, and I feel dim when I enter it. The lights are not turned on during the day. Only a few rays of sunlight from the high windows shine on this large church. The surrounding chapels are also full. Painting and sculpture. We even sat on the chairs of the church during the visit and rest place for a while, looking around and looking around, it was a "walking" to finish reading. The instructions inside were all in Italian and we couldn't understand it.