Venipedia®

Campo Manin is one of the major Venetian fields, in size and amplitude.

It owes its current name to Daniele Manin, city hero in the revolution of 1848-49. In fact there is the monument dedicated to him - a bronze statue made by Luigi Borro with, at Manin's feet, a large winged lion with spread wings - which portrays him standing and in a proud position. From this field you can see the house where Manin lived, on which a plaque was placed in memory, positioned between the Cortesia bridge and the San Paternian bridge.

It is precisely the bridge that reminds us of the original name of the field — San Paternian, in fact — which was more modest in size, housed a well in its center and the homonymous church, of very ancient origin and present on the map by Jacopo de 'Barbari , had a Romanesque style structure. Its facade was very simple and essential, with no particular decorations. Much more characteristic and interesting was the bell tower, also in Romanesque style, which was pentagonal rather than square (as can be seen in some photos and drawings of the time).

Continue reading:

More than an unlimited access

7,99€ per month, or 59€ per year

Invest in culture, in beauty, in a better future.
You can unsubscribe whenever you want.

Subscribe

Get the most, make a better future.

Content you can trust.
Before being published, each content is checked on multiple sources, choosing among the most reliable at the time of verification. We also periodically review the contents already published, so that they are as updated and reliable as possible.
Videos like a movie.
We work our videos like a movie: high definition, professional soundtracks, post-production and color treatment. Our most recent production also offers you video in 4K and Dolby Vision (out in 2022).
Amazing photos.
If it is true that a picture is worth a thousand words, a beautiful picture is priceless. We produce and involve using the highest quality photographs, involving, environmental, panoramic, reportage, color and black and white.
Getting lost is nice, if you find yourself later.
Each content is geolocated. This means that we have mapped every content and that thanks to us you can get there, punctually, with the maps of your smartphone or tablet. And thanks to Sestante, our proximity engine, we also tell you what is around you and what is nearby at what you are reading.
You are part of a virtuous movement.
We have always worked to return value, to people, to the territory, to the future of all of us. Every day we work to improve our positive impact on the world around us, with a concrete commitment called Venipedia virtuosa. Your subscription helps to make all this possible, to give us the possibility to expand the range of action more and more, supporting deserving realities. For example, innovative decarbonization projects, reforestation projects, local projects that have something to say and generate a positive impact.
No advertising, no personal tracking.
Since its birth we have wanted a clean, ad-free design without distractions. We do not share your personal data with third parties, we do not track what you do and we only use anonymous aggregate data to understand how to make Venipedia better every day.

Do you want to have a taste?

You're right, better to deepen: you can do it with our Open Access contents and touch with hand, or with a full 7 days access at €1,99.

Read also