Noale

A quiet town in the province of Venice, Noale occupies a flat area near the river Marzenego.
The historical churches and buildings that coast the piazzas are testimony of an important past that is intertwined with the histories of Treviso and Venice. The face of the old city center is linked to the Tempesta family, administrators of the Bishop of Treviso's assets with the position of "Avogari".

During Medieval times, Noale sees the transformation of the castle into a stately residence. The defensive system based on the use of the river's water is still seen, while the village holds, in addition to the urban design of the walled city, the ancient Fortress and Castle.

Among the monuments of cultural and artistic value are the elegant Palazzo Mocenigo and Palazzo della Loggia, the military hospital of San Giorgio, the Venetian power factory of Teson and the Church of Saint Felice and Fortunato repository of valuable works by Sansovino and Palma the Younger.

Besides the beauty of art, Noale has strong traditions. The ritual race of the Palio that sees the seven districts of the city involved and continues to be prepared for the feast of Pentecost in memory of the domination of Treviso.

Another important event is Noale in fiore, an event for the floriculture sector held in April and that attracts crowds.

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