Wonderful building with utterly fabulous paintings by Tintoretto. The carved panels will amaze you and the vast, globe lights in the upper room are heavenly. Worth every penny though the audio guide is a little confusing The toilet is ludicrous: be prepared for a contortion act to get in or out and the "cafe" turned out to be a depressing vending machine poinredly stationed by the turnstile on the way out- though the building is cavernous... As with many places in Venice, the assistants are not friendly or particularly helpful or welcoming: don't they see that Venice relies on tourism? Ignore this, however and be overwhelmed by the grace and drama of this splendid Scuola.
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