In this chapter we discuss one of the most characteristic and curious buildings in the historic center of Treviso, the Cavalieri Loggia.
The Cavalieri Loggia, a characteristic 13th-century Romanesque building of irregular shape, was the symbol of the political power of the nobles and was used as a meeting place to play chess or as a venue for carrying out various conferences of the nobility. The roof was supported, in the middle, with an Istrian stone column and, on the sides, by one-piece stone columns. Its interior was decorated with frescoes in two different moments and, today, the layers of plaster are unfortunately mostly overlapped.
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