Villa’s Exteriors

Villa Valmarana seen from the above

Villa Valmarana seen from the above

The historical garden is open to the public. Its present form is probably due to Elena Garzadori (end of XVIII century): she was the wife of Gaetano, son of Giustino Valmarana who called Tiepolo to paint the villa.

Between the Guest House and the Main House there is a “giardino all’italiana” with examples of Topiary art encircling the well and the very special frescoed dovecote. The double hornbeam alley behind the Main House takes to a small nymphaeum containing a large statue of Triton, son of Neptune.

From the Main House, dominated by statues of different divinities, a unique panorama on the Valletta del Silenzio and the Monte Berico Sanctuary can be admired.

Il gigante

The Triton

The Hornbeam Alley

The Hornbeam Alley

The Well and the Dovecote

The Well and the Dovecote

The Entrance to the Villa

The Entrance to the Villa

The Valletta del Silenzio with Monte Berico Sanctuary

The Valletta del Silenzio with Monte Berico Sanctuary

The Guest-House Front

The Guest-House Front

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