Tuesday, 30 January 2007

Urban Presence: the Gesuiti in Venice

The relatively desdolate quarter of the Fondamente Nove in Venice contains a neglegted baroque gem in the form of the church of the Gesuiti. Situated at one end of the campo that bears its name its clusters of immense columns announce a vast internal space, and a high altar adorned with a grove of twisted salomonic columns.

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