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Belluno

A journey to discover the rich and varied historical and artistic heritage of Belluno and its hamlets on the right bank of the Piave river: churches, small towns and chapels guarding magnificent treasures made by artists from Belluno and beyond. From the historic centre of Belluno with its Cathedral to the churches that preserve works by Andrea Brustolon, Cesare Vecellio, Sebastiano Ricci and many others, passing through the populous neighborhoods of Cavarzano up to the border with Ponte nelle Alpi, Mussoi towards the Agordino region, and finally proceeding towards Feltre.

Buildings that have been raised by skilled hands over the centuries and contain treasures of art and faith of a vast and varied territory.

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Belluno

A journey to discover the rich and varied historical and artistic heritage of Belluno and its hamlets on the right bank of the Piave river: churches, small towns and chapels guarding magnificent treasures made by artists from Belluno and beyond. From the historic centre of Belluno with its Cathedral to the churches that preserve works by Andrea Brustolon, Cesare Vecellio, Sebastiano Ricci and many others, passing through the populous neighborhoods of Cavarzano up to the border with Ponte nelle Alpi, Mussoi towards the Agordino region, and finally proceeding towards Feltre.

Buildings that have been raised by skilled hands over the centuries and contain treasures of art and faith of a vast and varied territory.


La Città

Cattedrale di San Martino, Belluno / Chiesa di San Rocco, Belluno / Chiesa di Santo Stefano, Belluno / Borgo Prà, Belluno / Borgo Piave, Belluno / Chiesa di San Pietro, Belluno



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