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The church of San Vio is the smallest and the cutes church in Venice. It is also known as Chiesa di SS. Vito e Modesto, dedicated to a couple of Sicilian saints, San Vito and San Modesto. Originally the church was built in 912 and had much bigger proportions, but was demolished in 1813. This small church was built at the same spot, re-using material and decorative elements from the previous church.
Chiesa di SS. Vito e Modesto was open one day per year only, June 15, for St. Vito's feast day. Today it is a private property.
Address: Campo San Vio
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