This great gothic Franciscan church was constructed in the 14th
century, and is primarily known as the burial place of Titian and
the Venetian sculptor Antonio Canova. Titian's tomb in the south
aisle watches over large marble pyramid created for Canova. The
interior of the church is adorned with the works of famous artists.
These include Donatello's St John the Baptist, Giovanni Bellini's
triptych of the Madonna and Saints, Titian's famous Assumption of
the Virgin and his Madonna of Case Pesaro.
Address: San Polo 3003 Website: www.basilicadeifrari.it Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +39 041 272 861 Opening Time: Open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 6pm, and Sunday
from 1pm to 6pm. Closed to visitors during services. Admission: EUR2.50
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