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Campo Santo Stefano

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ImageLocated in the city's most affluent residential areas, surprisingly, this square once hosted bullfights! There was only a stone avenue called a “liston” here, and was a very popular walking area. So much so that in Venetian language "andare al liston" still means "to go for a walk." Campo Santo Stefano is a popular meeting spot and outdoor fairs during Christmas and Carnival seasons are also held here. A must see is the 14th-century Chiesa di Santo Stefano and its ship's-keel roof, created by shipbuilders.
Address: Campo Santo Stefano, San Marco, Venice
Phone: 041/2750462 Chorus
Cost: EUR 3, Chorus pass EUR 9
Open: Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 1-5  

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