St. Jeremiah's Church is situated next to the Rabian Palace. It's not very attractive in appearance. The light-colored walls are a little old. The front of the scene was facing several restaurants, but due to the rush of time, I didn't go in to have a look.
St. Jeremiah's Church is not far from the railway station. It is the home of St. Lucia. The body was preserved as a mummy. In front of the Grand Canal, the church was razed in the 19th century to make room for a new railway station, which is now being rebuilt.
It's near the Grand Canal. It's easy to see.