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St George’s Venice

The church, the only site of Anglican worship in this city, has been incorporated into the body of a patrician palace, renovated and adapted for use.

The entrance, overlooking Campo San Vio, was derived from the first arch of the structure of the building, and consists of a simple portal with a semicircular cover in Istria stone, topped by a bas-relief depicting St. George slaying the dragon and flanked by two side panels in bronze, also decorated in bas-relief.

For more information, please read Luisella Romeo’s blog about St. George’s.

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