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Explore interesting sights in Treviso, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Treviso, Italy.Sightseeing Tours in Treviso
1. Teatro Comunale Mario Del Monaco
The Teatro Mario Del Monaco is an opera house and theatre in Treviso, Italy. It was previously known as the Teatro Onigo from 1692 to 1846, the Teatro Sociale from 1847 to 1930, and the Teatro Comunale from 1931 to 2011. In 2011, it was renamed in honour of the Italian tenor Mario Del Monaco who lived in Treviso from 1975 until his death in 1982. It is located in the historic centre of the city on the Corso del Popolo and since 2019 has been run by the Teatro Stabile del Veneto which also runs the Teatro Goldoni in Venice and the Teatro Verdi in Padua.
2. Parco dello Storga
The Storga Park is a protected area managed by the province of Treviso established with the aim of protecting the local natural and ethnographic heritage. It extends between the municipalities of Treviso and Carbonera on an area of 67 hectares in which hunting and fishing are prohibited. Part of the land was annexed to the former Sant'Artemio psychiatric hospital.
3. Fontana delle Tette
The Fountana de łe tete is an old fountain in Treviso, Italy. Under the Venetian Republic it poured white and red wine during special celebrations. The name translates into English as "The Fountain of Tits" and is usually translated in Italian as "Fontana delle tette". It features a topless woman squeezing her breasts and water coming out of her nipples.
4. Monumento dell'indipendenza
The Monument of Independence, also known as the Monument to the Dead for the Fatherland and affectionately called by Treviso as the Teresona, is a marble sculpture located in the historic center of Treviso in Piazza dell'Indipendenza, next to the Palazzo dei Trecento and the building formerly home to the Chamber of Commerce.
5. Convento di San Nicolò
The former convent of San Nicolò is a complex of buildings annexed to the homonymous church in Treviso. Once the house of the Dominican order, after the suppression of the monastic community imposed by Napoleon, it is now the seat of the Episcopal Seminary of Treviso.
6. Loggia Dei Cavalieri
The Loggia dei cavalieri is one of the most representative buildings of the historic center of Treviso. It is located at the intersection of Via Martiri della Libertà and Via Indipendenza, probably in the place of the ancient forum of the Roman Tarvisium.
7. Museo Civico Luigi Bailo
The "Luigi Bailo" Civic Museum is a museum in Treviso, named after the founder and first director of the Civic Museums of Treviso, Abbot Luigi Bailo, and today dedicated to art collections from Impressionism to the Avant-garde.
8. Chiesa di Santa Maria Maggiore
The Basilica of Santa Fosca in Santa Maria Maggiore, better known as Santa Maria Maggiore and Madonna Grande, is a place of Catholic worship located in the historic center of Treviso; It is the parish seat.
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