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Giotto's frescoes in the Cappella degli Scrovegni: In this Padua chapel, Giotto's expressive and innovative frescoes foreshadowed the painting techniques of the Renaissance.
Villa Barbaro in Maser: Master architect Palladio's graceful creation meets Veronese's splendid frescoes in a one-time-only collaboration.
Opera in Verona's ancient arena: The performances may not be top-notch, but even serious opera fans can't resist the spectacle of these shows.
Roman and early Christian ruins at Aquileia: Aquileia's ruins offer an image of the transition from pagan to Christian Rome, and are almost entirely free of tourists.
The wine roads north of Treviso: A series of routes takes you through beautiful hillsides to some of Italy's finest wines.Updated: 07-2013
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