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The Tiepolo Lands

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The origins of the Miranese area go back to ancient history. In fact the towns of corzé, Noale, Santa Maria di Sala, Mirano, Salzano e Quarto d'Altino are located in the center of a large Roman encampment, with streets which cross at right angles, on the "grid" system, still easily recognisable today from the map. For example a street called "Desman Street" in the town of Mirano, from "decumano", shows how a romanism has been transmuted into the Veneto language and come down to us and our own time as a living word.
Villas, churches and parks together form a natural countryside rich in waterways and greenery in an ensemble which encapsulates what is most secret and civilised in the Veneto


The Decumano

Noale

A Scorzé si possono ammirare Ca' Bernardo (XV sec.), Villa Soranzo-Connestabile della Staffa (XVII sec.) ora elegante albergo, Villa Orsini (XVIII sec.), sede della biblioteca comunale. Noale conserva intatta la sua atmosfeta medievale,...

Happiness on two wheels

In the lands of the Tiepolo two quietly humming wheels - so ecological and swift - are the best means for a trip along the banks of the Muson River.

Towns of the Land of the Tiepolos

We could define the Mirano area as 'The Tiepolo lands' because that celebrated family of artists is an example of the longing for the light and the silence of the countryside, and for its fertile landscape. It was not meant to substitute the sea (to whom Venice was wed) but to open new historical horizons. Many nobles and Venetians of good standing followed the same path as the Tiepolo family, making the area what it is today.

Famous Demesnes

Like noble chesspieces set out on the green chessboard of Mirano, the sixty or so great country houses of the Veneto are part of a marvellous cultural heritage of architecture, history and art, which in the magic name of Venice, ennobles the whole area.