San Salvador

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church in San Marco, Venice

Church building

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Geographical coordinates: 45.4366 12.3365


English San Salvador, Venice

The Chiesa di San Salvatore (of the Holy Savior) is a church in Venice, northern Italy. Known in Venetian as San Salvador, is located on the Campo San Salvador, along the Merceria, the main shopping street of Venice. The church was first consecrated in 1177 by Pope Alexander III shortly after his reconciliation with Emperor Frederick Barbarossa at nearby San Marco. The present church, however, was begun in around 1508 by Giorgio Spavento and continued after his death the following year by Tullio Lombardo, Vincenzo Scamozzi and possibly Jacopo Sansovino. They built a large hall church, formed from three Greek crosses placed end to end. Each has a dome with a lantern to let light into the cavernous interior. The facade was added in 1663 by Giuseppe Sardi.

Adjoining the church is the former monastery, now the offices of the telephone company, which still contain Sansovino's magnificent cloisters.

San Salvador is the parish church of a parish in the Vicariate of San Marco-Castello. Other churches in the parish are San Bartolomeo and San Zulian.

San Salvador is a small, but the still-active religious, cultural and social centre.Below the left column on the facade, there is a cannonball embedded in the base of the column. It derived from a bombardment in 1849 by Austrian forces in the port of Marghera, of the independent republic which had been proclaimed by Daniele Manin.

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German San Salvador (Venedig)

San Salvador ist eine Pfarrkirche am gleichnamigen Campo im Sestiere San Marco in Venedig.

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Polish Kościół San Salvador w Wenecji

Kościół San Salvador (nazwa w języku weneckim; wł. chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore, pol. kościół Najświętszego Zbawiciela) – rzymskokatolicki kościół w Wenecji w dzielnicy (sestiere) San Marco. Administracyjnie należy do Patriarchatu Wenecji. Jest kościołem parafialnym parafii SS. Salvatore, wchodzącej w skład wikariatu San Marco–Castello. Dedykowany jest Najświętszemu Zbawicielowi.

Wnętrze stanowi przykład weneckiej architektury renesansowej. Kościół jest znany z impresyjnego obrazu Tycjana Przemienienie Pańskie oraz ukrytego pod nim obrazu, wykonanego z XIV wieku na płycie srebrnej pozłacanej, wystawianego na widok publiczny tylko 3 razy w roku: na Boże Narodzenie, na Wielkanoc oraz w święto Najświętszego Zbawiciela (6 sierpnia).

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Spanish Iglesia de San Salvador (Venecia)

La iglesia de San Salvador es un edificio religioso de Venecia (Véneto, Italia), en el sestiere de San Marco, cerca del Gran Canal.

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French Église San Salvador

L'église Saint-Sauveur (en italien Chiesa di San Salvador) est une église catholique de Venise, en Italie, située dans le sestiere de San Marco, sur le Campo San Salvador, près du pont du Rialto.

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Italian Chiesa di San Salvador

La chiesa del Santissimo Salvatore, vulgo San Salvador, è un luogo di culto cattolico di Venezia, situato in campo San Salvador, nel sestiere di San Marco, non lontano dal ponte di Rialto.

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zh 圣救主堂 (威尼斯)

圣救主堂(意大利语:Chiesa di San Salvador,威尼斯语:San Salvatore)是一座罗马天主教教堂,位于意大利威尼斯圣马可区。1177年祝圣。目前的教堂建于1508年。立面由朱塞佩·萨尔迪增建于1663年。



Source: 圣救主堂 (威尼斯)


English S. Salvatore

Address Campo San Salvatore


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