This church is named for Saint Zaccaria, the father of John the Baptist. It's beautiful as all churches are in Venice and not always open all day. We we lucky to be meandering through Venice. It is worth it to pay the small fee to go down to the crypts. You get a very good idea how high the water table is in Venice and how much building have been raised to keep above water. It is another piece of history as many doge's have been buried at San Zaccaria.
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