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Villa Trissino is an incomplete aristocratic villa designed by Andrea Palladio, situated in the hamlet of Meledo in the comune of Sarego in the Veneto. Palladio included the project in book two of The Four Books of Architecture, published in Venice in 1570. In the Quattro Libri, Palladio affirms that he had begun the construction of a villa at Meledo for the brothers Ludovico  Francesco Trissino, ranking figures in the aristocracy of Vicenza  Palladio’s patrons

Villa Trissino is an incomplete aristocratic villa designed by Andrea Palladio, situated in the hamlet of Meledo in the comune of Sarego in the Veneto. Palladio included the project in book two of The Four Books of Architecture, published in Venice in 1570. In the Quattro Libri, Palladio affirms that he had begun the construction of a villa at Meledo for the brothers Ludovico Francesco Trissino, ranking figures in the aristocracy of Vicenza Palladio’s patrons

City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto, Italy #UNESCO

City of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto--Palladio's work is said to have influenced Thomas Jefferson's Monticello here in the U.---Unesco page

7) Villa Pisani; Montagnana (Padova); designed in 1552, built between 1553 and 1555 (7th in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XIV, page 52)

designed in built between 1553 and 1555 in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XIV, page

Villa Saraceno, Italy - one of our 50 for Free properties #charity historic buildings self catering social enterprise  http://www.landmarktrust.org.uk/news-and-events/50-for-free/

Holiday at Villa Saraceno, Finale, Vicenza, Italy

Villa Gazzotti Grimani in Vicenza, Italy | Sygic Travel

Villa Gazzotti Grimani in Vicenza, Italy

File:Villa Pisani Montagnana by Marcok 2009-08-08 f04 rectified.jpg

File:Villa Pisani Montagnana by Marcok rectified.

17) Villa Thiene; Cicogna di Villafranca Padovana (Padova); designed around 1556, construction started in 1563, it was interrupted in 1567 and never finished; only a little fragment of a 'barchessa' is still visible (17th in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XV, page 62)

41 Palladio Wing of the Villa Thiene (Cicogna) Padua - designed around construction started in 1563 - it was never finished

Poiana Maggiore, Vicenza, Italy - Villa Pojana (Poiana) architect Andrea #Palladio 16th century

thefullerview: Poiana Maggiore - Villa Pojana by Iggi Falcon

Villa d'Este

48 heures au lac de Côme

the gardens of the Villa d'Este, masterpiece of the Renaissance and World Heritage Site

Campiglia dei Berici – Wikipedia, wolna encyklopedia

Villa Repeta in Campiglia dei Berici, Province of Vicenza, Italy, is a villa veneta built in substituting a pre-existing villa designed by Andrea Palladio about 1557 and destroyed by a fire.

28 Palladio 4) Villa Zeno (or Zen); Donegal di Cessalto (Treviso); date uncertain, designed presumably around 1554, it has been heavily modified during the centuries (4th in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XIV, page 49)

28 Palladio Villa Zeno (or Zen); date uncertain, designed presumably around it has been heavily modified during the centuries in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XIV, page

As with many plans and elevations the temple roof was changed to a hipped roof, and the attic gable  was modified with more streamline profile. 5) Villa Foscari, called 'La Malcontenta'; Malcontenta di Mira (Venezia

designed around built between 1559 and 1566 in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XIV, page

19) Villa Thiene; Quinto Vicentino (Vicenza); built between 1545 and 1546, remodelled during XVIII c. (19th in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XV, page 64)

built between 1545 and remodelled during XVIII c. in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XV, page

Sant Antonio, Tivoli, Italy

Book your stay at Sant' Antonio, a villa begun in about 850 AD. Beyond the scented and beautiful garden there are views across the valley to Tivoli

Palladio's Villa Godi. Lugo di Vicenza, Veneto #architect andrea #palladio built 1537-1542

built and designed between 1537 and 1542 in order of publication: Second Book, Chapter XV, page

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