To be seen in VenetoOctober 13, 2016
Exhibits and museums in TrevisoJanuary 18, 2017
Villa Barbaro - Maser
Maser Villa (Villa Barbaro) is not just one of the masterpieces of Andrea Palladio, the architect who in the 16th century revolutionized the way architecture was conceived, is a living home, inhabited by the owners, at the center of a thriving farm whose wines are exported all over the world. In the surrounding area the cultural offer is particularly rich with L'Isola dei Musei circuit. Visit the villa is to discover the beauty of the frescoes of Paolo Veronese, the Historical Cellar, the Palladio Temple or the Collection of Carriages. For lovers of walks, on the hills behind the Villa, equipped trails lead to the discovery of trenches, tunnels and observers dug during the Great War to defend the front on the Piave.
Villa Emo- Fanzolo
Villa Emo is a Venetian villa built near Fanzolo, in Vedelago, by the architect Andrea Palladio. The work, probably built in 1558, was commissioned by the Emo family in Venice, a family who owned the villa until 2004. It is one of the most successful Palladian villas built when Palladio has been building similar buildings for twenty years. In the design of the villa, the same mathematical proportions were used, both in elevation and in the size of the rooms, employed by Palladio for the rest of his work. Since 1996 it has been inserted by UNESCO into the list of human heritage, along with other palladian villas in the Veneto region and Vicenza "Palladio city".