Palazzo Dalla Torre is a patrician palace in Verona, northern Italy, designed by architect Andrea Palladio for Giambattista Dalla Torre. The palazzo was probably built from 1555, but remained unfinished. Allied bombardment in 1945 demolished a great…
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Montecchio Maggiore-Alte Ceccato is a city in Italy.
Latitude: 45° 30' 13.28" N
Longitude: 11° 24' 43.20" E
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CUOA Foundation (Centro Universitario di Organizzazione Aziendale – University Centre of Business Administration) is one of the first Business School born in Italy in the 50’s, in an important period for managerial training in Italy.
Bolca is a village in the Veneto, on the southern margin of the Italian Alps. It is a frazione of the comune of Vestenanova, in the province of Verona. The area is famous for the marine fossils from the lagerstätte of Monte Bolca.
The Villa Barbarigo is a patrician villa in the comune of Noventa Vicentina, in Province of Vicenza, northern Italy, also referred to as Villa Barbarigo Loredan Rezzonico reflecting the various marriage alliances among aristocratic Venetian families…
Stadio Silvio Appiani was a multi-use stadium in Padua, Italy. It was initially used as the stadium of Calcio Padova matches. It was replaced by Stadio Euganeo in 1994. The capacity of the stadium was 24,000 spectators.
Palazzo Schio is a patrician palace of the 16th century in Vicenza, northern Italy, whose facade was designed by the architect Andrea Palladio in 1560.
Palazzo Canossa is a palace in Verona, northern Italy.
The PalaOlimpia (or PalaSport Verona) is a multi-purpose arena in Verona, Italy. It is home to the Scaligera Verona basketball team. In 2010, it hosted matches for the 2010 FIVB Men's World Championship.
The Domus Mercatorum or Casa dei Mercanti is a medieval edifice at piazza delle Erbe in Verona, northern Italy. During the Middle Ages it was home to the Casa dei Mercanti, the guild of the city's merchants, while today is home to the Banca Popolare…
Castello del Catajo is a patrician house near the town of Battaglia Terme, province of Padua, north-eastern Italy built in 1573.
Castelfranco Veneto railway station (Italian: Stazione di Castelfranco Veneto) serves the town and comune of Castelfranco Veneto, in the Veneto region, northeastern Italy.
The English International School of Padua (EISP) is a private independent international school located in Padua, Italy.
St. George's Oratory, in Padua, Italy, is a Roman Catholic church built by the Marquis Soragna Raimondino Lupi in 1376 as family chapel after the family had settled down in Padua. The chapel was probably built in 1377.
Santa Maria in Organo is a Roman Catholic church in Verona, Northern Italy.
San Giorgio in Braida is a Roman Catholic church in Verona, northern Italy.
San Bernardino is a church in Verona, northern Italy.
Monte Rua is a mountain of the Veneto, Italy. It has an elevation of 416 metres.
Lago di Fimon is a lake in the Province of Vicenza, Veneto, Italy.