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    The "Masottina" wine-growing and wine-producing company was established in 1946 on the slopes of the Conegliano hills. An art and wine town, called the "pearl of Veneto" because of its harmonious urban structure, Conegliano, only km 50 from Venice, was...

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On the origins, of the town's name, various theories have been developed: some attest that it derives from the Latin names "Cumelius" or "Connius", to which the suffix "-anus" has been added, with a meaning of ownership, while according to others, it comes from the Latin word "cuniculus" (underground conduit).
Municipality in the province of Treviso, located on the river Cervano, at the foot of the hill of Giano, halfway between the Alps and the plain, the town of Conegliano is a patchwork of artistic and historical styles: from Medieval to Renaissance and Baroque. It is well known for the production of fine sparkling wines and grappa.
The first settlement, like its name origins, is for certain attributed to the Romans. The colonists from Rome created here in the Pre-Alps numerous military fortifications to defend their territory. The typical defensive connotation attached to the center remained present in later periods, even during the periods of rule of: the Bishops of Belluno, the city of Treviso, the Ezzelini and the Della Scala. In the XIV century the territory was subjected to the Serenissima Republic of Venice. In the first half of the XV century it was attacked by the Hungarians, and later conquered by Napoleon's troops and subsequently became Austrian territory. In 1866 it was finally annexed to the Kingdom of Italy.

- the Cathedral, which features a three nave plan, characterized by a portico with arches decorated with late XVI century frescoes, depicted by the artist Pozzoserrato, onto which open some beautiful three-light windows. The bell tower, dating from the late XV century, has a square base with a clock and three light windows adorned with columns. The building retains inside a precious late XV century altar by Cima da Conegliano and a painting, depicting St. Catherine, by Palma the Younger;
- the XVII century Church of Saints Rocco and Dominic;
- the XVII century Church of Saints Martin and Rosa;
- the XII century Church of Saint Ursula;
- the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie;
- the Church of St. Anthony of Padua;
- the Church of Saint Pius X;
- the Oratory of Our Lady of Health;
- the Oratory of St. Catherine of Alexandria;
- the Oratory of Our Lady of the Snows;
- the Oratory of the Annunciation;
- Villa Gera, built in the XIX century to a design of Jappelli, is preceded by a portico with Ionic columns and pediment. It creates, with the castle in the behind, a very picturesque corner;
- the Castle, situated in a dominant position, is home to the Museum. Of the original building remains of the watchtower and part of the city walls;
- the XV century Casa Sbarra, decorated with lovely frescoes and decorated with a mullioned window and a lodge in the Venetian style;
- the XVI century Palazzo del Monte di Pieta, decorated with frescoes;
- Palazzo Montalban Vecchio in Renaissance style;
- Casa Colussi decorated with Gothic capitals;
- the XVIII century Town Hall;
- the XVI century Palazzo Da Collo;
- the XIV century Casa Biffis;
- the Academy Theatre.


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