Palladian Villas to visit: Villa Trissino Marzotto

A great art itinerary through Palladian Villas of Veneto. What about Villa Trissino Marzotto, in Vicenza? Its most amazing treasure is the world largest private collection of rare tapestries. The patterns are by some artist like Raffaello and Giulio Romano, while the manufacturing is from Belgian maker Willem de Pannemaker. Come to Villa Trissino Marzotto to enjoy this great treasure.

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