Villa Marogna

This U-shaped complex consists of the sixteenth-century manor house and a shelter for hay and wheat with Addresscotes, delimiting the front of the house and the western side of the courtyard. The complex is entered through a monumental portal. The area covered by the large complex, in the middle of which there is the manor house, is surrounded by a wall and is divided into two parts: the northern part is occupied by a fishpond and an Italian-style garden; the southern one is occupied by a large courtyard. On the western and southern sides of the courtyard there are the rural outbuildings, such as a Addresscote tower and the workers’ houses. This complex was designed by the architect Michele Sanmicheli.




Via Palmino Sterzi, 13
37054 Nogara (Verona)

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