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Villa Trissino Marzotto, Trissino

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.6/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • beautiful villa, recently renovated not so even more fascinating. beautiful gardens, fantastic architecture. Restaurant very classic, but I'd rather eat normal in a beautiful place that eat beautifully in such a place as well.
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  • We stayed at the Villa during a labor holiday. Ideal location for any event. Splendid rooms to remain open-mouthed
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  • Today, on the occasion of a market held in the Park, we had a chance to see this villa Marzotto family. I think it's important to know and experience these places are part of the history of our country. This villa differs from others in that having been lived until not many years ago, it doesn't stay so detached at the observer's eye, but instead you identify in people that have lived in those places. There are tapestries and fine paintings of course, but what struck me most are the structure of the villa, the cancelled and all details of wrought iron, roses and hydrangeas, the statues, the Ivy that coated the walls, pillars with friezes. The Interior I found it "bizarre" inasmuch as truly different styles and eras are mixed, but precisely for this reason deserves to be visited.
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  • Villa Trissino Marzotto stands on an ancient stronghold and dominates with its impressive architecture, the Park and the surrounding landscape. The original building, built at the behest of Trissino, family of German origin arrived near Vicenza in the 11th century, was transformed into a villa in 1700 for the architect bricks. After the Venetian villa passed by inheritance to the counts from Porto, and in 1951 was bought by count Giannino Marzotto, which brought it back to the original splendour after the abandonment caused by World War II. Inside, the Villa preserves frescoes, statues, a collection of tapestries Pannemaker purchasing body Gonzaga, the cartoons of Raphael and Giulio Romano and a picture gallery with the Macchiaoli collection. The historic gardens contain trees, tree-lined boulevards and a lake. Today the Villa Trissino Marzotto is open to guided tours, educational activities, exhibitions and events and is equipped with a cellar
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  • Gorgeous Villa. To visit. Then if there is Charles go to the top.
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