In this chapter we discuss the largest square in the city, surrounded by numerous buildings and where many activities take place, Martiri Square.
Martiri Square, like many other Venetian squares, is considered the "living room" of the city and the hub of commercial life, fairs and parades. It has an elongated shape, with colorful Venetian style buildings and typical porticoes. In the center we find a beautiful garden in which stand out the Monument to the Resistance and a large fountain with the coats of arms of the 69 municipalities of the province. To the south-west, instead, we find a lovely terrace overlooking the Piave river and Valbelluna.
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