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Of very ancient origins, the place of worship - now disappeared - already existed from the 10th century together with a reception house for pilgrims who went to Palestine, both named after San Biagio and Cataldo, built thanks to the support of the Capovani, Pianiga and Agnusdei. The church was consecrated towards the end of the 16th century and its fate was closely linked to a devout religious: Giuliana di Collalto.

In 1222 Giuliana had a vision of her: San Biagio appeared to her indicating the extreme border of the island of Spinalonga - now Giudecca - as a place to build a femal

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