Church of San Moise

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Church of San Moise Venice Reviews

Vipin Vipin
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Funny facade but decent art inside Apr 04, 2011
Built in the tenth century and dedicated to Moses, this is one of the stranger churches that can be found in Venice. This is because the façade of the church is dotted with the strangest of sculptures; I wasn’t sure why the camels were featured on the doors as well as other statues. The one good thing about it is that it is very eye-catching though! Inside, the church is much more pleasant and very easy for a quick wander. The key paintings are by Tintoretto and a central icon to Madonna and Christ that dates back from the fourteenth century. As this is very near to San Marco (you’ll definitely pass it en route), it’s worth a quick visit.
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