Tiziano Vecellio

In this article we discuss one of the most important exponents of the Venetian school, a multifaceted and innovative artist, the master Tiziano Vecellio. Tiziano Vecellio, known simply as Tiziano, was born between 1488/1490 in Pieve di Cadore, a small town nestled in the Cadore mountains in the province of Belluno. Still at a young …

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The Erbe Square

In this chapter we discuss one of the most important squares of Belluno, where the colorful typical market takes place: the Erbe square. The Market Square or Erbe Square is the most characteristic place of the city, a place where you can still breathe an atmosphere of other times. The square, born from an ancient …

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The Rettori Palace

In this chapter we will discuss one of the most extraordinary and fascinating buildings in the city center of Belluno, the Rettori Palace. The Rettori Palace, which now hosts the prefecture, is a magnificent work of the Renaissance and was built in 1491 by architect Giovanni Candi, the author of Palazzo Contarini Bovolo in Venice, …

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Villa Almerico Capra

In this chapter we discuss Villa Almerico Capra, considered by many to be the most elegant and fascinating villa designed by Andrea Palladio. Villa Almerico Capra, also called La Rotonda, is one of the most extraordinary and famous works of the Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. It is located just outside the historic center of Vicenza, …

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