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Treviso, the capital of the province of Treviso, lies on the middle of the Venetian plain. The rivers and tributaries in and around Treviso have always factored greatly into its history and the Sile River even surrounds the famous city-wall, k
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Asolo_Frontiere-Sabrina_Fantini
In the town of Asolo, the pleasant microclimate of the Mediterranean that characterizes the nearby Monte Ricco gives Asolo its characteristic olive and cypress trees.
Along the “forests”, as locals call the streets that rise up through the hi
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Castelfranco_comune_di_Cast
Castelfranco Veneto (Casteo in Veneto dialect) is located in between the main cities of the Veneto region, Treviso, Padova and Vicenza, and is a walled-in city, with its medieval castle still in nearly-perfect condition.
The hometown of the Italian painter Giorgion
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Conegliano_Particolare_Torre_del_Castello-La_Marca_del_2000_Galifi_117
Conegliano, as it is known today, was born in the 12th century, when a group of noble families organized to create a regional government around nearby fortification, with the consequent formation of a village. The castle has always remained the centre of
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Montebelluna_loggia_selese_4
Although Montebelluna is a very modern area, with global centres for mountain-climbing shoes and other apparel, it also maintains its ancient origins, as shown by the discovery of the Ancient Venetian (Paleoveneto) necropolis just north. The name of Montebell
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Oderzo_Duomo-APT_51A-28
A town with ancient origins, started as a housing area for the ancient Venetians, Oderzo became an important location with the construction of the Via Postumia. Already in the 1st century AD, the Roman city “Opitergium” had grown beyond the Livenza rive
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Portobuffol_by_comune
In spite of its small dimensions, Portobuffolè is an authentic jewel from historical and artistic points of view. The name most likely derives from the name of a 4th-century castle, Castellarium Portus Buvoledi.
In the late-Medieval times, Portobuffolè gr
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Possagno_Fast
Possagno is famous for being the birthplace of Antonio Canova, Europe’s most celebrated sculptor. One of the town’s most tangible memories linked to the sculptor is the construction of ‘the Canovian Temple’, a church that the master designed, inspire
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Valdobbiadene_Elisa_Bogo
The origins of human settlement in Valdobbiadene date back almost 40,000 years ago, as shown by the numerous findings here.
The territory became a part of the Venetian Republic in the mid-14th century and was subsequently divided into 15 rural comm
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Vittorio
As a symbol of the historic moment at the end of the I World War, on November 4th, 1918, the city of Vittorio Veneto preserves the Gold Medal of Military Valor (medaglia d'Oro al Valor militare) for its population's active participation in the fight for fr
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