(the second most important area of the city of Venice in terms of historical importance and tourist attractions for the visitor to Venice, made up of a complicated system of backstreets and meandering canals), you will reach the Frari church.
The Frari Church is a fine example of Venetian Gothic architecture and is laid out in the form of a Latin cross. The central nave contains the old choir stalls for the Friars, and is the only example in Venice where they have maintained the original location and structure. The Church houses some precious works of art; Bellini’s Madonna, Canova’s funeral monument, the altarpiece of the Assumption by Titian and a wooden statue by Donatello.
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