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Villa di Modolo Belluno

Villa di Modolo Belluno

Private Villa Vintage - Historical - medium price

Via Di Modolo, 188, 32024 Modolo Belluno, Italia

Contact person: La Fattoria di Maiano Srl

Villa di Modolo, surrounded by the amazing view of the Dolomites, is one of the fifteen bigger Villas in Belluno County, included in the cataloguing of the Antonio Canova’s Hundred Villas from Veneto.
Villa di Modolo Belluno

Villa di Modolo
In the heart of Dolomites Mountains, few kilometres from Belluno, you will find Villa di Modolo, an amazing venue built in the XVII century by the Miari Family, named Counts by the Emperor Sigismondo in 1412.
The natural setting and the charming atmosphere of its halls make Villa di Modolo, the perfect venue to realize the dream of a fairy tale and unforggettable reception.

Villa di Modolo, surrounded by the amazing view of the Dolomites, is one of the fifteen bigger Villas in Belluno County, included in the cataloguing of the Antonio Canova’s Hundred Villas from Veneto.
Passing through the countryside, you reach the family’s Chapel dedicated to S. Lorenzo.
Going past the eighteenth century’s gate, you get in the garden meeting the horses stables and the Villa, drawn by the architect Andrea Miari and that dates back to the nineteenth century. The central unit, decorated by Ionic and Corinthian columns, extending give rise to the Barchessa, typical feature of Venetian Villas, underneath there are cellars.
In the first floor halls you can admire charming decorations: unfortunately great part of the paintings, among which few works of the local painter Eugenio Monti, were destroyed during the First World War.
On the grand stairs outside is carved the crest of the Miari Family.
In the garden in front of the Villa take place an ancient sixteenth century wheel decorated by aristocratic coat of arms.
Beyond the garden relics there is an ancient fountain while the rear façade of the Villa introduce to an amazing park.

Solar Chart
From the 1875 for want of the Count Francesco Miari Fulcis, teacher of Geodesy at Padua University, they start to draw sundials.
Still now there are seven sundials in the Villa all different. One is on the Villa façade, the others are on the stables wall that give rise to a characteristic and original body among the Villas in the Belluno area.

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In the garden in front of the Villa take place an ancient sixteenth century wheel decorated by aristocratic coat of arms.
Beyond the garden relics there is an ancient fountain while the rear façade of the Villa introduce to an amazing park.
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