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Il Gran Teatro Di Piazza San Marco is also known as The Grand Theater of St. Mark's Square and comes to life during the carnival. This is the biggest theatrical stage located in the heart of the historic city and was designed by Massimo Checchetto, art director of the Teatro La Feniceand. The theater sees a plethora of eclectic cultural events such as the Angel Fight, Festa delle Marie as well as the mask parade during the carnival. If you are in Venice in the month of February, this is the place where you can catch all the action.
On the road from Rialto to San Marco, behind Campo San Bartolomeo there is this church dedicated to the Fava family. The church itself is oval and houses Tiepolo's Education of Mary. Giorgio Massari designed the presbytery.
This gallery specializes in contemporary art and has organized exhibitions on themes such as German Neo-Expressionism, new French trends in art, and the graffiti phenomenon. Temporary exhibitions dealing with recent trends in contemporary art are also held.
This very old church, commissioned by the Doge Giustiniano Partecipazio and Byzantine Emperor Leo V, houses paintings by Bellini, Tintoretto, Palma il Giovane, and Alessandro Vittoria. It was started by Antonio Gambello and finished by Mauro Codussi, who was influenced by the Malatesta temple by Leon Battista Alberto.
“Campo” means a “small square.” Campo San Zaccaria is situated in the Castello district of Venice and is a good place for some moments of peace and quiet. Although not well known, locals and tourists alike sometimes chance upon this square, which houses the church of San Zaccaria. Standing as a major attraction on the square, the white façade of this 15th-century church exhibits a blend of Renaissance and Gothic styles of architecture. The campo is also dotted by gelatarias, eateries, coffee shops, art galleries and shops. Head here if you wish to unwind after an engaging day spent roaming the Castello district.