Campo dei Gesuiti
Once expelled from the city due to moral turpitude, the Jesuits were never a favored group in the Venice Republic. Today, the Jesuit Church in Venice stands as a monument to the group’s beliefs. The Baroque façade features statues of apostles. Inside, the church is a mix of marble inlay and bright stucco. Frescoes and art by artists like Tintoretto grace the walls.