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Villa Correr-Dolfin, Porcia
(3.5/5 based on 10 reviews on the web)
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  • We frequented the Park all summer! Walks, inventing games without the usual swings and slides. We built a hut, we climbed on trees, we watched the ducks did picnics and sang on stage! Great afternoons:)
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  • The villa was built in the late 17th century by the noble Venetian family Correr, which had strong interests in Rorai Piccolo, holding the rights to timber Brentella Canal fluctuation. In 1848 passed to the family following the marriage of Caterina Correr Dolfin and count Charles Dolfin. The villa, attributed to Domenico Margutti, is raised above the ground level: the building rises originally on two floors (the attic is next), organized in a regular geometric setting. The interiors are painted with motifs that recall the garden architecture more than the funds. The villa is surrounded by a large park which covers an area of six hectares. The garden is decorated with plants of various kinds: poplars, plane trees, cypresses, magnolias, rubee libocedar, tall conifers. West flow of bubbling springs that feed two ponds. The garden is also adorned with numerous statues. As regards the two buildings adjacent to the villa, that West has a long, low wing with two Ashlar stone doors, one to the East is presented as a classic barn, with a Doric Colonnade elegant. between the House of factor to the North and the Chapel to the South. The central body of the villa, which requires major renovations, is not accessible to the public. The barn is open for special events. The Park is open daily.
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  • Very intersying place to see, expecially when there are public manifestations, but the whole area is always worth a visit.