Bassano del Grappa
Bassano del Grappa is a very old city, crossed by the river Brenta and situated at the foot of the Venetian Alps between Monte Grappa and the Plateau of the Seven Towns. Famous for its brandy, produced in the oldest distillery in Italy, and the Ponte degli Alpini, designed by Andrea Palladio, has long been a land of trade and crossroads of trade and culture, revealing fertile for weavers, goldsmiths, potters, carpenters, as well as to have been the cradle of art to Jacopo Da Ponte and the famous prints of Remondini. Bassano is in fact a city of great art and culture: its historical center is full of squares, churches, towers, palaces, museums, monuments and craft shops of great interest.
Every corner of the lagoon city is full of charm and a witness to a glorious past. Hub of the ancient Republic of Venice is Piazza San Marco, with the basilica, the tall bell tower and Palazzo Ducale, without forgetting the columns and the "lions" are always present in the symbolism town. But what makes Venice famous throughout the world is its close connection with water and canals: the "fields" and the "streets" (streets and squares, respectively) are connected by numerous bridges, under which the sail gondolas; Rialto Bridge is only the most famous among those that exceed the Canal Grande, the backbone of the city.
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The country of Arsiè is located in a plain surrounded by mountains to the north of Lake Corlo, an artificial lake created in 1954 for the production of electricity, damming the river Cismon.
Much of the territory of the town was the scene of the first world war because after the rout of Caporetto, he found himself in the territory of Austria until the end of the conflict.