The building of the Scuola Dalmata dei Santi Giorgio e Trifone that hosts inside the paintings of Carpaccio


Scuola Dalmata di San Giorgio degli Schiavoni

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This 15th-century Dalmatian religious-confraternity house is dedicated to favourite Slavic saints George, Tryphon and Jerome, whose lives are captured with precision and glowing early-Renaissance grace by 15th-century master Vittore Carpaccio.

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