|San Giacomo di Rialto|
A small yet eminent Venetian church.
The first church was believed to have been built about 421, and the present building was built around 1071. After being hit by fires in Rialto during 1531 and 1601, the church was renovated, and was partially converted into a Baroque styled church.
Notable sculptures inside the church are a statue of James, son of Alphaeus, that was sculptured by Alessandro Vittoria, and a bronze statue of Antonius Eremita von Girolamo Campagna.
- A glyph was located on the building.