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CAMPO SAN BARTOLOMEO

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This campo, which is called San Bortolomio or San Bortolo by the locals, is a popular meeting point. The names derive from the construction of the church dedicated to San Bartolomeo built here in the mid-19th century. The square’s current form is the result of numerous restorations and reconstructions over the centuries. 

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The square was broadened through the destruction of several houses around 1850. 

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Then, in 1883, a bronze sculpture of Carlo Goldoni, a famous Venetian novelist and playwright, was added, created by Dal Zotto.

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