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Salgari's Avita House
Tomenighe di Sotto is the place where the famous writer Emilio Salgari lived for a period.

Giardino di Pojega Villa Rizzardi
Realized in 1783 by the architect Luigi Tezza, for the Count Antonio Rizzardi, the Giardino di Pojega – the Pojega Garden – is one of the best examples of Italian gardens.

Discover the valley of Negrar di Valp.
The land of Negrar di Valpolicella extends over an area of about 50 square km and offers an interesting landscape.

A piedi per Negrar di Valpolicella e dintorni
A Map that illustrates and describes the major places of interest in the municipality of Negrar di Valpolicella.

Astronomical Observatory
Among the hills of Valpolicella, in the Municipality of Negrar, stands the Fiamene Astronomical Observatory.

Salgarian Routes
These walkings go through the Negrar's territory, land in which Emilio Salgari was born.

The caves of Prun
These are caves made of pink limestone which is easily extractable and is called locally “Pietra di Prun” or Prun Stone.

Maternità della Vergine Church
Church of the Virgin's maternity in Montecchio.

Villa Mosconi Bertani
Located in the hamlet of Novare, the villa was built in soft Valpolicella tuff in the first half of the 1700s by the architect Adriano Cristofoli, on behalf of Giacomo Fattori.

Villa Salvaterra
A cypress road leads to Villa Salvaterra, set in a lonely and suggestive location on the western side of the upper valley of Negrar.

San Martino Church
The San Martino Church is located in Corrubbio.

San Martino Parish
Built in the main square of Negrar, it is mentioned for the first time in documentation dated 1067.

Parish of San Pietro
This very ancient building is located in the village of Arbizzano.

Calendar of Events
June 2019




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