Particolare della facciata della chiesa di Sant'Andrea della Zirada.

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In the first years of the fourteenth century a small institute was built for the shelter of women in poverty, with an adjoining small oratory which was then demolished in the second half of the fifteenth; the same was replaced with a church dedicated to Sant'Andrea Apostolo accompanied by the suffix de la zirada (turn in Italian) as the adjacent canal turned with a wide curve towards another nearby church.

Its façade is in exposed brickwork with a simple portal where above it you can admire two bas-reliefs depicting the Vocation of the Apostles Peter and Andrew and Christ passing.

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