The Kamini Congregation belongs to the Kamini Monastery, which was once used as a shelter for hikers.
It should also be a church here, the English name and Chinese name, really don't match the number. It feels like you are sitting inside there are many churches, some of them are small and unknown, but the inside is very attractive.
I had a cup of coffee in Santa Marghita, which is also a large square. Then we walked to a place that looked like a blind spot and saw the Kamini Faithful, but it is now a theater. The minimum ticket price is 20 euros, but it is a small church style building.
Built on a tall basement supported by columns. The interior decoration colors are perhaps the brightest in the entire Venetian church. From the ceiling to the walls are the masterpieces of Paul Veronese, the proud disciple of Tiziano Vecellio, the representative painter of the Venetian School of the Renaissance.
Introduction of the Carmini Faithful: The Carmini Faithful is the building of the Carmel Order. It was converted to its current appearance by Badasaray Longgna in 1670. There is a mention in the lobby on the second floor. The nine frescoes created by Poirot, the central one depicts the Virgin Mary of Carmel giving the shawl to Saint Simeoni Stoker (the symbol and patron saint of the Carmen Church); There are 17th century relief decorations and paintings in the ancient document room and reception hall next to the hall.