Santa Maria dei Miracoli is an assemblage in the sestiere of Cannaregio, in Venice, Italy. Generally called the "marble church", it is unprecedented contrasted with different instances of the early Venetian Renaissance including shaded marble, a false passageway outwardly dividers and a half circle pediment. The association "Spare Venice" reestablished the congregation over a time of ten years, from 1987 to 1997 The marble cladding contained 14 percent of salts, and was on the purpose of blasting.
All marble cladding was expelled, and cleaned in stainless steel tanks, in an answer of refined water. The reclamation was figured to cost 1 million dollars, the last cost was 4 million dollars. The fundamental holy place is come to by a progression of steps. The round exterior windows review Donato Bramante's holy places in Milan.