Alberto Martini died in 1954 in Milan and left his legacy in the hope that a museum dedicated to Italian surrealism could be founded. A retrospective exhibition dedicated to his memory in Oderzo sparked his memory in 1967 and was the beginning of the current picture in the gallery. Thanks to donations and new acquisitions in preceding years, the collection rose to 450 impressive works. The photo-gallery has found its permanent home on the second floor of the Palazzo Foscolo.
This is the main railway station in the Treviso area. It offers daily trains every 15 minutes to Venice which is 30 kilometers and same with trains to Udino or Milan. There is a gift shop, food, ticket offices and ticket machines where you can buy without waiting in queues. Parking is free but limited.
It is an odd 13th century cathedral in the Gothic style. This imposing temple located southwest of the city of Treviso is made of brick and it contains important frescoes as the "Madonna Enthroned" by Fra Marco Pensaben and Savoldo or those which are in the Tommaso da Modena chapel room.
Dove in ogni stagione puoi sentire profumi e rumori diversi. È il giro in centro per fare shopping e fermarmi per qualche cicchetto. È il gelato sotto I portici e la mozzarella in carrozza della Gigia. È il panino con la mortazza dei Nanetti e la pizza dalla Fausta.
È l'aperitivo al Bottegon o il the al Santo. È il calcetto e il ritrovo al Thomas e la passeggiata romantica sulle mura.
È scoprire ogni giorno un angolo diversi e meraviglioso. È la foto dal ponte dell'Università e il mosaico vicino al Duomo. È la mia città che come una donna, non riuscirò mai a conoscere fino in fondo... ma quanto è bella.
The Museo dello scarpone (Treviso) contains the history of sports and hiking shoes, mannequins, tools for shoemakers. They collect shoes from athletes from Zeno Colo Alberto Tomba to Roberto Baggio, Italian shoes up to K2, the nearest thing to ski boots from the 30's and many other types of footwear.
The archaeological Museum (Treviso) opened to the public the Department of Archaeology of the Civic Museums of Treviso. In a short and fascinating trip you can witness more than 300,000 years of human activity recorded in the area between the foothills of the Alps , Piave and Sile, from the Bronze Age, the Iron Age and the even from the civilization of the ancient Veneti people.