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The origins of the church of San Geminiano turn out to be very old - it is believed to date back to 554 - and represents a gift offered by the Greek general Narses to the Venetians for the naval aid received in the Byzantine war against the Goths. Built in front of the Church of San Geminiano in the same historical period - positioned on the bank of the Batario canal that crossed the square to the San Marco basin - was the church of St Theodore, the Saint who was the official patron of Venice until the remains of St. Mark the Evangelist were recovered; with the construction of the St Mark’s

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