The construction of the church is due to the large donation made by Nicholas
trevigiano Bocassino, then Pope Benedict XI.
The construction ended at the end of the century but he left unfinished the top of the nave, when the first three bays. It was completed only in the second half of'900. Inside highlight 12 cylindrical columns (exact symbolic reference to the Apostles)
amongst these is the second left into the nave frescoes by Tomaso da Modena: San Romualdo with portraits at the foot of the developers, the Redeemer and St. Agnes, St. Jerome in the study.
Nell'abside the chapel, a large blade with Sacra Conversazione, enclosed in a precious architectural wood frame carved and gilded. The altarpiece was begun by Fra 'Marco Pensabene and then finished by Jerome Savoldo, which must be the angel of Musician giorgionesca ancestry. On the left wall there is the Renaissance tomb of Augustine Onigo, composed of a sculpture and the other fresco. The fresco is in part attributed to Lorenzo Lotto.
Tempio di San Nicolò
Via San Nicolò - Treviso
Phone +39 0422.56725
Tentatively open at the following times:
8-12 and 15.30-18
The visit is not permitted during the Masses.