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Church of San Giorgio Maggiorein Venice, Italy

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Church of San Giorgio Maggiore is the central building on a small island on the Venice Lagoon.
Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice
Church of San Giorgio Maggiore is located on the San Giorgio Maggiore. Napoleon Bonaparte turned the church in the barracks during his reign. In nowadays you can visit this church, and see the works by Tintoretto, the great Venetian painter.

From the bell tower of the Cathedral you will see a beautiful Venice and the lagoon. A ticket to the bell tower - €8, the entrance to the church is free.

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#4Climb the bell tower of the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore in VeniceClimb the bell tower of the Church of San Giorgio MaggioreEugene Krasowski

Сlimb the bell tower and you will see the most beautiful panorama of the city!

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Church of San Giorgio Maggiore on the map

Location: San Giorgio Maggiore island

Open hours

9:30 am till 6:30 pm

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