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Scholars believe that the town's name is the result of the union of two Latin words "terrae" and "runcatae" with the meaning of "cleared land". Municipality in the province of Treviso, on the border with the territory of Venice, in a flat area full of rivers, including the Meolo and the Sile, which makes its lands particularly fertile and suitable for agricultural crops, Roncade is today , a modern industrial center.
The first traces in the area of a settlement to Neolithic times and several are the findings that document the colonization by Rome, a period in which the centre submitted a certain evolution and ensued an important development. The Romans played a decisive role in the construction of major roads that secured the transportation of goods and the town became an important trading centre. With the gradual disintegration of the Roman Empire, in the III century A.D., the cultivated lands, were prey of the Barbarian raids. In the Middle Ages, the control of the territory was granted to the noble Family of Collalto and subsequently the Venetian noble families built their Summer residences. The long period of Venetian government brought prosperity and tranquility in Roncade, which regained its role as major commercial center. Later subject to the conquest of Napoleon and Austrian, the municipality regained its autonomy when, like other localities of the region, it was annexed to the Kingdom of Italy.

- the XVI century Church of All Saints, in neo-Classical style, embellished with four columns with rich capitals and rectangular bases, is interrupted by two windows with elegant pilasters. On top there is a pediment decorated with a rosette. The portal is surmounted by a crescent pediment. The façade dates from the second half of the XVIII century. Inside are preserved several XVIII century paintings by different authors and Baroque stucco decorations;
- the XVI century Villa Giustiniani, which features a series of porches, lodges and balconies, an outside garden surrounded by walls with battlements, corner towers and a wide moat;
- the XV century Church of Santa Maria di Castello;
- the Castle of Biancade;
- Villa Piccinin in San Cipriano;
- Villa Perinotti;
- Villa Vianello;
- Villa Lettis;
- Villa Calvi;
- Villa Dary.


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