Tomba Brion di Carlo Scarpa, San Vito di Altivole
(4.5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • Here we are again faced with a place for that, abroad, there would be an endless row of people willing to pay the ticket. Here no, free access to see one of the greatest works of the architect shoe. Pity that the alerts are few, that the road to the cemetery to be little more than a narrow driveway and the advertising of the site is almost nothing. Even the conservation status is not the best. However, site not to be missed, especially in the spring with blooming water lilies.
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  • A place full of symbolism, drawn by the great architect Scarpa, with references to Oriental culture. The clean lines reminiscent of architects and students from all over the world. The amplitude of the monument, however, leaves perplexed, perhaps the area's cemetery space equivalent country. The tombs are very similar to the Egyptian sarcophagi. Such abundance was to remember a great love or to glorify the power of an industry? Shoe chose instead a sunken Tomb, discreet enough; placed strategically between the two burial grounds. Visited by October 2016, maintenance leaves much to be desired, in plain sight, pattens, furniture garden tubs in the channels and algae. Question, but the maintenance costs of a monument so then will be at the expense of the heirs of the poor corpses on the other side of the cemetery or are supported by family Brion?
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  • Definitely a break from the other Italian style of tomb.. Difficult to find (must use navigator) But worth it