Scuola Grande dei Carmini

The school of piety and charity, dedicated to Santa Maria dei Carmini obtained official recognition by the Council of Ten September 22, 1597, and was elevated to the Great in 1767. The brotherhood had built the current home, designed by Caustello and Longhena, during the seventeenth century next to the church belonged to the Carmelite monks, where the Brotherhood had its initial headquarters and an altar dedicated to the Virgin.


Basilica di SS. Giovanni e Paolo

The Basilica dei Santi Giovanni e Paolo (San Zanipolo called in Venetian dialect) is one of the most imposing religious buildings of medieval Venice, with the Basilica of Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari. It is considered the Pantheon of Venice because of the large number of Venetian Doges, and other important people who were buried there since the thirteenth century. In the homonymous field, in the Castello district.