Santa Croce

Santa Croce is one of the six sestieri of , northern Italy. During the eleventh century, in 1273, it was administrated by the Hungarian nobleman and crusader knight Giovanni, member of one of the biggest Christian families in Hungary Renoldi, as reported by the book published in 1866 in Florence book of the Venetian noblemen for the first time shown

Landmarks in the Area

The Basilica di Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari, usually just called the Frari, is a church located in the Campo dei Frari at the heart of the district of , .

The Chiesa di San Nicolò da Tolentino, commonly known as the Tolentini, is a church in the sestiere of Santa Croce in , northern .

The Church of Saint Roch is a Roman Catholic church dedicated to in , northern .

The Scuola Grande di San Rocco is a building in , northern .

The Ponte della Costituzione is the fourth bridge over the Grand Canal in , .

Localities in the Area

San Polo is the smallest and most central of the six sestieri of , northern Italy, covering 86 acres along the Grand Canal.

Dorsoduro is one of the six sestieri of , in northern Italy.

Cannaregio is the northernmost of the six historic of .

San Marco is one of the six sestieri of , lying in the heart of the city as the main place of Venice.

Sacca Fisola is an artificial island in the Venetian Lagoon.

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