Asolo and Castelfranco from continuing onto the next street you come to Postioma Fanzolo where stands one of the most famous villas designed by Andrea Palladio: Villa Emo Capodilista. It ‘the only Palladian house that belongs to, its origins, to the same family that commissioned it.
On the road that leads from Asolo and Castelfranco, well worth a visit to the garden tomb for the family that the architect Carlo Scarpa Brion created between ’70 and ’75. The complex covers an area of 2200 square meters of land around the cemetery of San Vito Napoleon.
Before arriving in Asolo is mandatory for tourists to stop for a visit to Maser Villa Barbaro, one of the absolute masterpieces of Palladio. Inside there are the famous frescoes by Paolo Veronese and the back is attached to a fascinating museum of old carriages. Noteworthy is also the temple of the House, again by the Palladio, an ingenious reinvention of the Roman Pantheon.
8 km from Asolo Possagno rises, the location in the foothills where he was born Antonio Canova. The temple Canova dominates the town and the whole valley and presents works by the same Canova, Luca Giordano and Palma il Giovane.
The Charnel House, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele III and the Great War Museum in places Cima Grappa, as well as the many other museums, both public and private, give an idea of what the First World War meant for the Massif.