Stock Photo Description: The paving of the square is made up of bricks laid out in a fish-bone pattern. The church, a 14th-century Gothic structure, was first called San Cristoforo but the name was changed when an image of the Madonna was found nearby. Some very important paintings by Tintoretto are kept in this church, and the painter is buried inside too.
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Stock Photo of The Top of a Gohic Church Facade, Venice