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Vicenza beautiful city 


This is the title of a publication of prints depicting Vicenza from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century made by the civic Bertoliana library.

Church of Santa Corona | A former Dominican Church 

This wonderful church once belonged to the Dominican order. The Gothic interior hosts numerous important sculptures and paintings, including “The Baptism of Christ”, a masterpiece by Giovanni Bellini, Andrea Palladio’s Valmarana Chapel, and works by Bartolomeo Montagna, Paolo Veronese and Giambattista Pittoni. The 15th century wooden choir is particularly worthy of note.

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Olympic Theatre (Teatro Olimpico) | A short walk away from the apartment 

Inaugurated on 3 March 1585, the Theatre represents the pinnacle of Andrea Palladio’s creativity. The oldest indoor theatre in the world, it was inspired by the ancient theatres of Greece and Rome. Worthy of note is Vincenzo Scamozzi’s perspective scenery depicting the streets of Thebes. Named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, the theatre continues to hold performances and concerts to this day.

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Palladian Basilica (Basilica Palladiana) | A short walk away from the apartment 

A Unesco World Heritage Site, the Palladian Basilica in Piazza dei Signori represents Vicenza’s most important cultural hub, hosting high level exhibitions and events. The double loggia and the roof shaped like an upside down ship hull, both designed by Andrea Palladio, are of outstanding beauty. On the first floor stands the Great Council Hall, measuring 52m in length and 25m in height at the highest point of the vault. The rooftop terrace offers breath-taking views of the centre of Vicenza.

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Museum of Vicenza (Museo di Vicenza) at Palazzo Chiericati 

This splendid aristocratic residence, dating back to the 16th and 17th centuries, is without doubt a masterpiece of Andrea Palladio’s early work. The building currently houses a civic gallery of paintings, sculptures and applied arts from the 13th to the 20th century.

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Naturalistic and Archaeological Museum in Vicenza Santa Corona 

Situated since 1991 within the cloisters of Santa Corona, it is made up of two sections: one on natural history and one on archaeology. The former focuses on the natural characteristics of the Berici hills, while the latter showcases the most important archaeological finds from Vicenza and surrounds.

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place A. Palladio 140 36100 Vicenza (VI) Italy