Recommendation by Lemi
The side of Scuola Grande di San Rocco that faces the campo (city square) wows with ancient Roman columns popping from the exterior. Similar to other scuole (Italian, plural for “confraternity”) in Venice, the historic site consists of two main halls: a Ground Floor Hall (divided by columns into three areas) and an Upper Floor Hall called Sala Capitolare, intended to hold the Chapter’s meetings. A visit here will eat up most of your afternoon, as it takes some time to lap up the works of Italian painter Jacopo Tintoretto plastered all over the interiors.
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