Santi Apostoli

side altar

Creator: 

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Creator Dates: 

1689-1767

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Creator 2 Nationality: 

Creator 2 Dates: 

died 1752

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Date: 

18th century

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Geographic Coordinates: 

Latitude: 45.440477000000
Longitude: 12.336514000000

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This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century. This altarpiece is located on the side altar to the left of the main church entrance. While the architecture of the church dates from the mid-15th century, the altarpieces tend to date from the late 17th to 18th century; reflecting the amount of rebuilding and restoration that took place. The present form of the nave was remodeled by Giuseppe Pedolo by the mid-18th century.

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Photography by the Media Center for Art History, Department of Art History and Archaeology