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Villa Brandolini d'Adda

What to see in Pieve di Soligo, Treviso, Veneto


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The villa was built in the 18th century in a panoramic position, at the foot of the hills of Pieve di Soligo, as the home of a branch of Brandolini, a noble Venetian family of ancient origins of Forlì. The villa is currently a venue for events and exhibitions, including the retrospective dedicated to the painter Angelo Lorenzon (1981) and the Oltre il paesaggio (2009) project; the villa is also home to a museum dedicated to the soprano Toti Dal Monte.

The structure of Villa Brandolini d'Adda is developed in length in the western part of the small town of Solighetto, near the square where the church stands. The annexes of the villa consist of a private chapel and the adjacent barchessa to the left of the central body: the latter follows the traditional design, with its round arches, above which there is a peculiar row of small circular openings.

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Pieve di Soligo

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