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Livelet Teaching Archaeological Park
The very ancient history of the Marca Trevigiana, whose roots date back to prehistoric times, can now be discovered and relived thanks to an innovative and almost unique initiative.
Revine Lago, on the western shore of the glacial lake of Lago, in a truly suggestive environmental setting in the Prealpi trevigiane, is home to the Livelet Teaching Archaeology Park, which focuses on the period between the Neolithic and bronze ages.
The initiative originated from the discovery at Colmaggiore di Tarzo, of archaeological findings and remains that are though to have been the foundations of lake huts on stilts, testifying to the existence of marsh dwellings covering the whole are that currently separates the two lakes at Revine.
Visitors to the park soak up the prehistoric atmosphere and can experience with the everyday life of ancient man by visiting the artificially rebuilt homes (one on the water, one on dry land and one on reclaimed land, halfwater, half land), and interaction withmaterials, utensils, hunting and farming equipment and the other teaching activities proposed.

Livelet Teaching Archaeological Park - Parco Archeologico Didattico del Livelet
Via Carpenè 31020 Revine Lago (TV) Tel. 329.2605713 (sundays and holidays)

Ufficio IAT Conegliano
tue-fri, 9.30 - 12.30
tel.  043821230  fax. 0438428777
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Sundays and holidays (Easter, Easter Monday, 25 Apr, 1 May , 2 Jun, 15 Aug) from Apr to Oct:
10.00 - 18.00 (Apr, May, Jun, Sep, Oct)
10.00 - 19.00 (Jul, Aug)
Themed Events on holidays and on the third sunday of the month
From Mon to Sat the Park is open for schools and groups upon request.

Photo Arch. Gianantonio Battistella


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