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◊ SPECIAL CATEGORIES ◊ The Veneto Region, nestled in the north-east of Italy, is a mix of history and traditions and, all of it, is enriched by the liveliness of its inhabitants and by a wide range of typical products all to be savored. From the highest peaks of the Dolomites, he embraces and welcomes …

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The 7 wonders of the Veneto region

In questo articolo trattiamo le 7 meraviglie della regione Veneto, sono sette opere architettoniche che hanno segnato questo incredibile territorio. The 7 wonders of the Veneto region are unique architectural works, which have marked the history of this wonderful region. Extraordinary, grandiose and elegant works, often in harmony with the landscape that surrounds them, thus …

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The Kiss by Francesco Hayez

In this article we discuss the Kiss by Francesco Hayez, an innovative and multifaceted Venetian painter, who marked the history of art in Italy. Francesco Hayez, the greatest exponent of Italian Romanticism, was born in Venice in 1791 to a poor family of fishermen who soon, given the precarious family situation, decided to entrust him …

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Vedelago

In this chapter we deal with one of the Marca Trevigiana cities, its simplicity and its tranquility will captivate you, Vedelago. Vedelago is a small town in the province of Treviso, located in the green Po Valley near the town of Castelfranco Veneto. The territory of this city is crossed by the Via Postumia, a …

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Possagno

In this chapter we will discuss one of the most famous and characteristic places of Treviso, the birthplace of the great Antonio Canova, Possagno. Possagno, is a small and pretty town in the province of Treviso, surrounded by the hills of the Marca Trevigiana a few kilometers from the famous city of Bassano del Grappa. …

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The Tintoretto House

In this chapter we discuss a very special and interesting area of ​​Venezia, the curiosity will lead you to discover the Tintoretto House. The Tintoretto House is in fifteenth-century Gothic style, and is located in the foundations of the Moors, in the Cannaregio district, among the most beautiful in Venice. It is one of those …

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The Venezia Biennale

In this chapter we discuss one of the most controversial, modern, creative and famous events in Veneto, the Venezia Biennale The Venezia Biennale is among the oldest, most important and prestigious international exhibitions of contemporary art in the world, so much so that in recent years it has hosted artists such as Klimt, Picasso, Mirò …

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Pieve di Cadore

In this chapter we discuss one of the most characteristic villages of all the Dolomites, a native town of the great Tiziano, Pieve di Cadore. Pieve di Cadore, the main town and most notable historical-artistic center of Cadore, rises on a hilly promontory to the right of the Piave river, is forty kilometers north-east of …

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The Belluno Cathedral

In this chapter we’ll discuss the most important religious buildings in the city, the Basilica of San Martino also known as Belluno Cathedral. The San Martino Basilica or the Belluno Cathedral, located in Duomo square, was erected in place of an early Christian church in the sixteenth century designed by the Venetian Tullio Lombardo. The …

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Cannaregio District

In this chapter we discuss one of the largest, quiet and characteristic areas of the island of Venezia, the Cannaregio District. The Cannaregio District is the second of the city by size, and could become, thanks to its charm, your favorite district. The docks to the north overlook the islands of the lagoon, while to …

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