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Santa Maria della Salute Basilica

In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful, prestigious and characteristic buildings in Venezia, the Santa Maria of Salute Basilica. The Santa Maria della Salute Basilica is one of the best expressions of Venetian Baroque architecture, and thanks to its particular position, it is becoming one of the symbols of the city. Located …

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The Ca’ d’Oro Palace

In this chapter we discuss one of the most sumptuous, elegant and characteristic palaces of the Grand Canal and the whole Venezia, Ca’ d’Oro Palace. The Ca’ d’Oro Palace is one of the most beautiful buildings on the Grand Canal, located in the Cannaregio district and also the most representative building of the Venetian Gothic …

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Madonna dell’Orto Church

In this chapter we discuss one of the most beautiful and evocative churches in the Cannaregio District, the Madonna dell’Orto Church. The Madonna dell’Orto Church  is located in a rather isolated area, and is often referred to as the English church of Venezia, since British funds helped restore it after the 1966 flood. It stands …

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The Gesuiti Church

In this chapter we discuss one of the most extraordinary, majestic and incredible buildings on the island of Venezia, the Gesuiti Church. The Gesuiti Church or more simply Church of Santa Maria Assunta is considered excessive, sumptuous and sumptuous. Rebuilt in the 18th century in the Jesuit camp, not far from the New Foundations, it …

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Croda dei Toni Group

In this chapter we discuss the Croda dei Toni Group, a fascinating and very suggestive rock formation in the Sesto Dolomites. The Croda dei Toni Group, a complex mountain group consisting of several elevations, is located along the border between the Veneto region and Trentino-Alto Adige, between the Tre Cime di Lavaredo, Paterno Mount and …

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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 Treviso Cathedral

In this chapter we will discuss the most important religious building in the city, a place of prayer and contemplation, the Cathedral of San Pietro Apostolo or the Treviso Cathedral. The main architectural works of Treviso are located in Duomo Square, which was called, by the Treviso writer Giovanni Comisso, “the little Vatican” since most …

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The Verona Cathedral

In this chapter we discuss one of the most important religious buildings in the city, the Cathedral of Santa Maria Matricolare or Verona Cathedral. The Verona Cathedral or Santa Maria MatricolareCathedral is located in Duomo Square, in the historic center of Verona, surrounded by elegant buildings that seem to have almost been custom-made. It is …

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From Cortina d’Ampezzo to Longarone

In this chapter we discuss the most characteristic cities and places in the province of Belluno, starting from Cortina d’Ampezzo to Longarone. The chapter from Cortina d’Ampezzo to Longarone brings together the wonders and the most characteristic products of the northern area of the province of Belluno. A territory rich in resources and peculiarities, which …

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