The Santa Maria della Salute Church th century From a series of views of Venice In the Venetian Senate decreed that if the city was delivered from an outbreak of the plague gripping it at the time a new church would be built and dedicated to the Virgin Mary The result was this Baroque church designed by Baldassare Longhena Generally referred to as La Salute it stands on the opposite side of Venices Grand Canal from St Marks Square at the point where the canal empties into the lagoon The church was truly Longhenas lifes work taking years to complete before being inaugurated in the year before his death Found in the collection of the State Art Museum Tula Russia
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