Scuola di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni is a large school and place of worship that was founded for the large Dalmatian community residing in Venice during the mid-1400’s (people from the region of Dalmatia in modern Croatia, not the dogs). The compound features numerous works by the famous artist Vittore Carpaccio. The series of paintings featuring the lives of St. George, St. Jermome, St. Augustine, and St. Trifone are the highlights of the compound and are Carpaccio's true masterpieces. Yet don’t miss the unique architecture and marble facades that adorn the exterior of the building.
Located just around the corner from the Rialto Market this enoteca has an extraordinary selection... Read more