Photographer's Note

On the homonym field, along the Strada Nova, you can see the "Chiesa dei Santi Apostoli".

The legend, narrated by the historian Flaminio Corner, it tells that it was erected from St. Magno, bishop of Opiterginum, that saw the twelve apostles that ordered him to build the church to them devoted in ecstasy where he would have found twelve crane.

This has been one of the zones that for first you are been colonized, and he believes that a church already existed in the IX century but the only datum some it is that in 1021 the church suffered a total reconstruction.

In the '400 the architect Mauro Codussi added to the preexisting structure of the church a parvis on the side façade, the sacristy and the chapel of the noble family Corner.

In 1575 the church was almost totally reconstructed, the carrying walls were maintained, saved part of the fourteenth-century frescos and the chapel Corner.

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