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The mosaic floors in this church are incredible. Hundreds of years old, this church is worth a visit! The crystal crucifix is beautiful, but I was totally fixated on the amazing mosaic floor. Be sure to leave a Euro to help with maintaining this gem.
Most of the advertising about Murano is about the glass and glass factories but this lovely church is not to be missed. An easy stroll from the factories it is well worth a visit and a must do if you are interested in mosaics.
The most important reason to visit Murano Duomo is old mosaics floor. The all floor of Church is made of small colourfull mosaics peaces. Church is built between 9th century and 1040.
The bysantic style mosaics floor is from year 1140. It´s really special experience...More
Venice is like walking back in time to see the Byzantine Empire. This beautiful church has a fresco of the Virgin Mary set in a gold background in the half dome over the altar. It is breath taking. The architecture is Venetian/Byzantine. I understand why...More
This is a very beautiful church. It is possibly the oldest church in Venice and the glorious mosaics are stunning.The golden mosaic of the Madonna over the high altar is exceptional.As in all religious buildings there is a dress code protocol.
Sorry, I can't remember the hours, however we were there on a Saturday and got to go in for a few minutes right after there was a baptism or some such event so it was abut mid-morning. I think they have some weekday hours... More
Sorry, I can't remember the hours, however we were there on a Saturday and got to go in for a few minutes right after there was a baptism or some such event so it was abut mid-morning. I think they have some weekday hours it is accessible as well as Sunday services. (For a really stunning Basilica do not miss St Marks in Venice)