Explore interesting sights in Vittorio Veneto, 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 6 sights are available in Vittorio Veneto, Italy.
1. Casa Sanfiori
Countless centuries-old facades make the streets of Serravalle di Vittorio Veneto of great historical and architectural importance. This center of Roman origins, developed in the Middle Ages, reaching its maximum economic and artistic flowering during the Renaissance, when it was frequented by great architects, painters and humanists.
2. Villa Papadopoli
Villa Costantini Morosini Papadopoli-Aldobrandini is a Venetian villa in Vittorio Veneto, located in Ceneda, a few meters west of Piazza Giovanni Paolo I, where the cathedral stands. It was in about 1800 hospital for bones then in about 1970 it was a retirement home until about 1990 to date abandoned
3. Duomo di Serravalle
The Cathedral of Serravalle, dedicated to Santa Maria Nova, is the parish church of Serravalle, district of Vittorio Veneto, in the province of Treviso and diocese of Vittorio Veneto; it is part of the foran of Vittorio Veneto.
4. Santuario di Santa Augusta
The sanctuary of Santa Augusta is a sacred place in Serravalle di Vittorio Veneto, located on the slopes of Mount Marcantone, the hill northeast of the historic center. The remains of Santa Augusta are kept there.
5. Museo diocesano d'Arte Sacra Albino Luciani
The Albino Luciani Diocesan Museum is a museum of Christian art in the Ceneda district of Vittorio Veneto in northern Italy, located on the top floor of the episcopal seminary in the piazza Giovanni Paolo I.
6. Pieve di Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo
The parish church of Sant'Andrea di Bigonzo is a sacred building of Vittorio Veneto, located in Bigonzo, now united to Serravalle, in front of Villa Vicentini Breda Beretta, canonical house of the parish.
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