Architectural Heritage



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

Santa Sofia of Pedemonte
Church built at the beginning of the 9th century

San Marco Al Pozzo
This is a small rural church located in the hamlet of Pozzo di Valgatara.

San Marziale
The present day San Marziale Church reflects restoration works effectuated between the 1400s and 1500s upon a thirteenth century building.

Sant' Andrea Apostolo church
Sant'Andrea Church is in Ossenigo, in the munucipality of Dolcè.

Santa Lucia
This small and simple church is located in the heart of the town of Santa Lucia and named for the virgin and martyr of Syracuse whose patron feast is celebrated on December 13.

Santa Maria in Valverde Church
The church which looks over the hamlets of Pezza and Purano goes back to the 12th century and probably sits on the ruins of an ancient temple dedicated to Minerva.

Madonna de La Salette Sanctuary
The Madonna De La Salette Sanctuary was built in 1860 on the hill overlooking the inhabited area of Fumane in 1860, a period in which there was an epidemic of downy mildew which was devastating the vineyards of the valley.

Tenuta Pule Galtarossa
The villa was propriety of Pullè from the second part of the '600 and still has the stem of the family on the southern face, on the chapel and some cottages.


Villa Buri Avanzi
Located in the area called "Ruine", it's a building complex with an Roman Tower, which is the oldest part of the villa.

Villa del Bene
The villa was built in 15th century on the Adige River’banks, in Volargne.

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

Villa Fumanelli
It belongs to the same fimily since its constuction between 1599 and 1602. Now it's the office of a winery.

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 Nichesola-Conforti
The villa is set on the bank of Adige river. It’s in sanmichelian style and it’s dated back to the half XVI century.

Villa Quaranta
The villa is located in Mezzacampagna, in the centre of Campagna Grande, the rocky and dry zone among the hills of Verona.

The Pojega Garden Villa Rizzardi
Realized between 1783 and 1791 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.

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.

Villa Silvestri
Villa Silvestri is located in Marano of Valpolicella, hamlet of Valgatara.

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

Pieve of San Floriano
This church is located in San Floriano and it represents the most interesting example of the Romanesque period in Valpolicella.

Longobard Romanic Church in San Giorgio
The first building on this site dates back to the 8th century and was built upon the remains of an Arusnati pagan temple.

Villa Santa Sofia
It is also known as Villa Santa Sofia for the name of the chapel dedicated to the Saint just outside the walls of the aristocratic villa.

Villa Serego Alighieri
The oldest part of the villa dates back to 1353, the year in which Pietro, son of the poet Dante Alighieri, established himself in Gargagnago.

San Lorenzo Dome
The present parish church was designed by the architect, Alessandro Pompei, and was started in 1753, opened to worship in 1767 and then officially consecrated in 1774.

Villa Ottolini-Lebrecht
Villa Ottolini-Lebrecht is dated back to the XVI century and it's locate in San Floriano, near the Church.

Villa Giona
Villa Giona-Fagiuoli stands in Cengia by feet of Castelrotto's hill (San Pietro in Cariano) and was erected at the end of 1400, but it has been restructured in the following centuries.

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

Ceraino' lock
The Valdadige ends at Ceraino. During the glacier period, a diagonally positioned wall of rocks protected the valley from the flow of ice, causing it to veer right and to leave moraine deposits that form the beautiful, natural amphitheatre of Rivoli.

Fort Werk Mollinary
Built by the Austrians from 1849 to 1852, it was named for Genral Anton von Mollinary.

Villa della Torre
The villa is one of the most interesting examples of country houses from the XVI century in the Veronese area, and it may have been planned by the architect Michele Sanmicheli.

San Michele Church
Located in Arcè, the San Michele Arcangelo Church soars up from an isolated area in the most western part of the town, in a clearing that is surrounded by a wall.

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

San Giovanni in Loffa
Located in a panoramic position on Monte Loffa, this church is said to be the oldest in the western part of the Lessinia region, as is indicated by the year 1131 that appears on the portal.

Villa Porta Rizzini
The villa is located in Canzago and you can see it from the country road before Marano, on the left, near to Villa Lorenzi.

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