Villa Rigoni


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The Venetian nobles Moro Malipiero had the villa built in the second half of the 16th century and the Counts Rigoni Savioli bought the villa in the early 19th century. At the centre of the architectural complex is the central body (or manor house).In particular, the central body's façade of the Rigoni Savioli villa has four semi-columns of Ionic order, which support a large pediment; the staircase is flanked by two Vicentine stone statues of Costozza, like those present on the three gates. On the ground floor, there is a splendid cellar with bas-relief faces with relative adjacencies. The villa is surrounded by a garden and three orchards; equipped with barns and a dovecote tower. In the rear orchard, there is a thermal water well that was damaged during the last war. Another architectural jewel is the still consecrated church.

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