One of the many churches that line the Lagoon in Venice and one I didn’t get to visit, The church of Santa Maria Assunta, known as I Gesuiti. The original church of Santa Maria Assunta had stood here since 1155, being built, along with an attached monastery and hospital. Having been rebuilt after fires in 1214 and 1514 it was acquired by the Jesuits in 1657, hence the name Gesuiti, Jesuit in Italian. This Baroque church is deemed to be very beautiful and its a shame that we didn’t have time to visit, but I doubt you were allow to take photos, although I have found a lot on the web, so maybe you can.
Venice October 2016