1. Museo Antonio Canova
    Museo Antonio Canova
  2. Museo Ca' Carraresi
    Museo Ca' Carraresi
  3. Giorgione
    Venere Dormiente del Giorgione
  4. Cima da Conegliano
    Cima"Presentazione della Vergine"
  5. Lorenzo Lotto
    Lorenzo Lotto "Matrimonio Mistico Santa Caterina"

Cultural Route


Treviso is a city that offers so much under the cultural point of view. There are three Civic Museums in the city and they are located along the city walls. In the historical center we find the Museo Luigi Bailo, divided into three sections: the archaeological section, the picture gallery and the Galleria Comunale d'Arte Moderna. The second museum, where we can find temporary exhibitions, is at number 38 in via Canovaand it’s called Ca ' da Noal-Robegan House-Casa Karwath. And, finally, the complex of Santa Caterina, in piazzetta Botter, where there are permanent exhibitions, with sections devoted to local archaeology, medieval art, Renaissance and modern.

As mentioned before Treviso offers several pleasant aspects to the. tourists

Another big potential of Veneto are the prestigious palaces, they are 3,477, of which 136 are villas, that were made by Venetian noble families during the last centuries of the Republic of Venice, as dwellings of residence or holiday destination.

Treviso was also a land of great Neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova, whose art had a great influence in the sculpture of the late ' 700 and ' 800. In Possagno we find the museum dedicated to him, his birthplace and the Gipsoteca.

Canova was the Bard of ideal beauty, the works were inspired by the three Graces and Hebe, or some of his masterpieces such as outgoing from Venus, Venus italica and Pauline Borghese statue.

Along with this great artist should remember also Cima da Conegliano, Giorgione and Lorenzo Lotto, other artists who have lived in this land and that with their work contributed to the art.


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