On the corner between via Roma and via Donatori di Sangue we found an interesting gothic building with a faint oriental style, probably built during the 1700s. With his red plaster, which is a quaint contrast with the green windows, offers a plunge into venetian splendours.
The elegance of the windows remembers the charm of the Orient with which the Serenissima was in contact. It was built by some venetian nobleman, who liked to stay there; it stands out for his romanesque-gothic style which makes it so special. Nowadays it is involved in commercial and residential functions.
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Via Roma, Sant'Angelo di Piove di Sacco