A Drive through the Veneto

 

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    Veneto vineyards
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    Monselice is a small town in the Beneto region, 20 kilometres from Padua. Waldo Emerson wrote in 1833 ... it is the most picturesque town I havew seen in Italy. It has an old ruin of a castle upon the hill and thnce commands a beautiful and extraordinary view. It lies in the wide plain, a dead level, wheron Ferrara, Bologn, Roviugon, Este, Padua stand ...
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    Arqua Petrarca is a small town in the Padua Province and holds the "I Borghi più belli d'Italia", the most beautiful villages of Italy, designation. In the Middle Ages the original village developed around a fortifgied castle on the hill. Arquà features two city squares: Piazza Petrarca (Petrarch Square) and Piazza San Marco (St. Mark's Square).
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    Arqua Pewttrarca developed as a village that originally supported the castello built at the top of the hill.
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    Baone is a small town about 25 km from the town of Padua.
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    Maser is abouyt 50 kilometres northwest of Venice. This area is known for villa by the architect Andrea Palladio, one of his projecxts include this, the Villa Barbaro.
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    Veneto vineyards

 

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