Church of San Moisè, San Marco. This is one of the oldest churches in Venice. Founded in the 8th century and consecrated originally to San Vittore, it was rebuilt in 947 under the patronage of patrician Moisè Venier who named it after his patron saint. The main altar, shown in the picture, is believed to have been designed by Tremignon. It was executed by Meyring in the second half of the 18th century. It depicts Moises receiving the Tablets of Law.