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C - Renaissance Treviso and the presence of the Venetian nobility PDF Print Email


trevisorinascimentaleStarting from the end of the 20th century, Venetians suspended the economic contacts with the East and they returned to the mainland, where they started focus on agricultural activities: they built country houses, the famous Venetian Villas, and elegant frescoed buildings, noble palaces in the city.

In addition to the houses of craftsmen and merchants, elegant palaces and churches appeared.

The Guided Tour provides a route along the city streets, stops in front of the structures of the Renaissance period and visits of the interiors of two of these buildings, according to the availability of the opening:

the Mount of Pietà, the Church of S. Vito,
the Cathedral And the Diocesan Museum (Renaissance section),
the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Rinaldi,
the Walls and the Gate of Santi Quaranta, the Buranelli,
the Church of S.M. Maddalena, the Church of S. Leonardo,
the Church of S. Gaetano, Palazzo Robegan,
the Church of S.Nicolo'and the Museum of St. Catherine
(Renaissance sections).

 Time spent: 2.30 min

 NOTES: Not feasible on Sunday morning and afternoons during the week.


 Friday 9.30 / 12.00

 Groups max 25 pax: euro 160

 To ensure the spacing, this service is carried out with a radio microphone system

- this itinerary doesen't include interiors.
- timing: 1h,45min
- service with a radio microphone system

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