The church of San Marcuola is a religious building near the Grand Canal and located in the sestiere of Cannaregio in Venice. It is dedicated to the saints Hermagoras and Fortunatus (“Marcuola” is a Venetian contraction of “Ermacora”). The present church was first erected in the 12th century. Major reconstruction was designed by Antonio Gaspari, and completed in 1730-1736 by Giorgio Massari. The church has a large collection of statues by Gaetano Susali, and paintings by Francesco Migliori. The grave of 18th century German composer Johann Adolph Hasse is located in San Marcuola.


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