“Belo-dunum”, the city that even charmed the Celts

Its location in the heart of Valbelluna, surrounded by the majestic peaks of the Dolomites charmed the Celts who called it "Belo-dunum" or splendid hill. Today, the clear light of the mountains that has been declared a World Heritage by Unesco is the backdrop to a city that fascinates and surprises, starting from the buildings that are a mix of northern forms and Venetian gothic and that generate a unique effect, up to the antique fountains that characterize the Old City.

The beautiful buildings of power such as the Building of the Rectors, Building of Justice, the old Bishops palace, and the Red Building overlook the Piazza del Duomo. The Duomo is a baroque cathedral with a distinguishing onion shaped bell tower and a dome topped with an angel that is attributed to Andrea Brustolon, the famous sculptor and illustrious "son" of this city.

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