The Church of Santa Maria del Rosario, known locally as the Gesuati, the biggest conventual complex of eighteenth century Venice, was built between 1726 and 1735 for the Dominicans, to take the place of the small church, still existing alongside, that had become too small for the faithful.
Open Monday to Saturday 10 am - 5 pm (last entrance 4.45 pm).
Single ticket: 3 Euros.
Ticket giving entry to all Chorus churches for 1 year: 10 Euros.
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Submitted by: Laura
Added: Mon Jul 09 2012