by Matilde Gasparini 2B
St. Giacomo Dall’Orio church is a religious building in the city of Venice, located in the district of Santa Croce. It is shaped like a latin cross. It was founded in the ninth century by Marin Sanudo. Inside the church, on the wall there is an organ with three paintings of the sixteenth century attributed to Andrea Schiavone. The monument is enjoyable thanks to recent restoration that has brought the painting back to its original beauty. The church has got a Venetian Renaissance painting. The church is in a very quiet district.