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The church of S. Maria del Giglio or S. Maria Zobenico was built in the 10th century by commission of the Jubanico family.

Of particular importance is its facade, the work of the architect Giuseppe Sardi da Morcote, where we find the statues of the Barbaro brothers, Gianmaria statesman, Marino senator, Francesco admiral and Carlo statesman, as well as the statue of Antonio Barbaro.

You can also admire the bas-reliefs of city plants including Zadar in Dalmatia, Padua, Rome, Corfu, Split and Candia on the island of Crete.

Initially it was built with three naves but later, due to its destruction due to two fires, it was rebuilt with a single nave with the central presbytery and side chapels.

Inside the painting by Peter Paul Rubens depicting the "Madonna with Child and San Giovannino", two paintings by Jacopo Tintoretto depicting the four evangelists, such as "Marco and Giovanni" and "Luca and Matteo", a canvas by Giuseppe Porta known as the Salviati entitled "The Annunciation" in addition to the fourteen stations of the Via Crucis, with works by Gaspare Diziani and Jacopo Marieschi.

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