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Ca' Maier

It is an eighteenth-century building

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella



Palazzo Grimani

Polesella Palazzo Grimani

The Grimani family possessed much land in the Polesella territory and their palazzo rose in the centre of the town. Used as a municipal residence, on 19 July 1892 it was almost completely destroyed by a cyclone and today only the intercolumnation and an corniced window testify its past splendour. It must have been one of the most important buildings in Polesine.

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella



Villa Armellini

Villa Armellini

Built in the XVI century and rebuilt in the 1634. The Armellini family descended from a ship-owner and by a Cyprian spice merchant who moved to Venice at the end of the Sixteenth Century.

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella



Morosini Villa

Villa Morosini

Built around 1600, the villa was surely the residence of Francso Morosini, Venice doge between 1688 and 1694.
The façade and pediment are of the Baroque era, the middle sector presents ionic semi columns. Inside, the hall has pictorial decorations of the late 1500s and a room with eighteenth-century stuccos.

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella



Villa Rosetta

Villa Rosetta

The villa was built at the end of the Seventeenth Century and is composed of a central part and two side loggias. The chapel hosts linear sculptures and carving works attributed to Andrea Brustolon.

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella



Villa Selmi

Villa Selmi

Eighteenth century restructured villa probably dating back to the Sixteenth Century.

Address and locality:
45038 Polesella