San Niccolo’s Beggar Church is the church where Marco Polo was buried. Unfortunately, Marco Polo’s tomb has long disappeared. The interior of the once glorious church was also abandoned. The exhibition is located in a small area on the south side, but we can still see the church. Other parts. The interior did not go in, and the church is undergoing renovation.
An old church built in the seventh century has undergone many repairs. Because it was built in a civilian area in Venice, it was named the Beggar's Church.
San Niccolo’s Beggar’s Church, located on the canal in the city of Venice, is a simple and simple church. Historically, the Beggar’s Church was built in a slum, so it is called the Beggar’s Church. The interior of the church is simple but not simple.
When I was visiting other churches, the pastor recommended me to go. Sure enough, the inside was more delicate, especially the frescoes.
The strokes are exquisite and beautiful, the sculptures are exquisite and beautiful, the church is not big, but more exquisite