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Vincenza, located in the heart of the Veneto region, is known for its Renaissance architectural beauty. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site its history dates back to ancient times, the city has experienced several dominations, the Roman and Venetian, which have left a significant imprint. Flower of the Renaissance period was Andrea Palladio who transformed the city into an architectural jewel.



basilica palladiana

The Basilica Palladiana, located in the heart of Vicenza, is an iconic symbol of
Italian Renaissance architecture, that Andrea Palladio managed to transform into an architectural jewel of harmony and classical beauty. The facade combines Doric and Ionic elements with balance. The “Sala dei Giganti” in its interior is one of the most admired parts of the building, an architectural gem that enchants its visitors with its magnificence and history.


teatro olimpico

The Teatro Olimpico is an artistic and historical masterpiece. Designed by Andrea Palladio, the monument is inspired by the Roman theaters described by Vitruvius. The work is an ode to classical proportions; inside, the perspective creates an illusion of depth and space. Today, the Teatro Olimpico hosts famous music festivals such as the Jazz Festival.

(Fonte immagine: Veneto The Land of Venezia)


palazzo leoni montanari

The Palazzo Leoni Montanari is an architectural jewel located in the city of Vicenza. Built in the Baroque style, it represents the rich artistic heritage. Its sumptuous facade is a tribute to the ornamental art of the period.In its interior, the palace houses the Gallerie d’Italia museum, home to masterpieces by artists such as Tiepolo,Tintoretto and Canaletto. The combination of art and architecture offers its visitors an immersive experience.

(Fonte immagine: Comune di Vicenza)

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