Palazzo dei Cento (o palazzo Municipale), Portogruaro

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  • When we were there they had and art exhibition that was quite interesting. We were there a week in the city so they had multiple events in the Square that took place in front of the steps of the fort....  more »
  • The Palazzo dei Cento is a 13th century building used as a municipal building. The facade is triangular with an unusual crennelated top. The building sits on a square abutting the St. Andrew's Cathedr...  more »
  • it is not Siena or Venice or la gran place of Bruxelles, but it stands on its own with charm and elegance, it dates from the 13th century; now the promenade or "liston" as the venetians and locals cal...  more »
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  • I've never been inside but it looks beautiful from outside.
  • Hot touristic spot in Treviso
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  • Beautiful
  • Beautiful Palace in the heart of Treviso. With your stately Tower. Was heavily destroyed during the great war, fortunately has been restored. Definitely worth the visit. Bello.
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