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Villa Emo, Fanzolo

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  • It was not long ago that was soaked in the frescoed rooms of the villa and was astonished that I have witnessed the extraordinary State of preservation of the frescoes on the main floor. The visit was due to verification of certain historical stained glass but after continued to visit all the rooms frescoed. Reviewing the perfection of details of the drawings and the atmosphere of the environment had almost a hypnotic effect, imagining how many people in different eras had been in that place and had undergone the same charm. The villa was completed in approximately 1588 and from 1996 is the Unesco site. During the visit, I was able to see how the whole organism has returned to actively live thanks to the foundation that runs it. There are exhibitions, conferences and shows of great interest and it is possible to organize receptions in barns where once worked the farmers of the farm. I spent time, without haste, in this gem of Palladian architecture you can automatically soak in the culture, with great history, great craftsmanship and major events.
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  • In the countryside, a beautiful villa with a park to be enjoyed on sunny days. The extraordinary cycle of frescoes by Zelotti, particularly in the Central Hall. Not to be missed!
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  • Typical villa with Palladian architecture Renaissance buildin, is truly wonderful and worth a visit. Outside there is a large park and well cared for. Finally the guides are very interesting and funny. TO VISIT ABSOLUTELY!
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  • We travelled a big detour to see the Villa, but where turned away at the gates. Apparantly due to an "event" not shown on either their home page or on google maps. Big disappointment :-(
  • A lovely Palladian villa with magnificent frescoes in the various rooms and on the patio. Really worth a visit. Even the great Park where living trees is definitely worth seeing.
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  • Villa bella, gorgeous. You could use a dictionary of superlatives to emphasize a similar building. We must also remember to those seeking to alter the landscape that surrounds it.
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  • Villa Emo is a Palladian Venetian villa among the most famous. Built by Palladio in the years 1557-1560 commissioned by the Venetian patrician Leonardo Emo, represents the highest example of villa-farm, perfect embodiment of the relationship of continuity between the Manor and the surrounding countryside. The main building of Villa Emo, Manor House, it has a classic with Doric columns, vestibule, lobby and rooms placed symmetrically on either side. The barchesse, formed by arched long arcades were workplaces and housed a time cellars, barns, stables. As a whole, Villa Emo, invokes the ideals of harmony and proportion. The halls of Villa Emo were frescoed by Giambattista Zelotti in 1565. The frescoes represent the ideals pursued by the customer, with scenes inspired by mythology and domestic life of the fields extolling the virtues and family and social understanding between master and workers. Villa Emo is today open to visitors and hosts events.
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  • To grasp the bond with the surrounding greenery and humanistic perspective of this great architect.
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