VILLA MOSCHINI GIRARDELLO ROSSI

VILLA MOSCHINI GIRARDELLO ROSSI

The complex, in excellent condition, is built along the Bacchiglione. Built in the early 800 by Giacomo Rossi, rich land owner, it was inherited by his nephew Eugene Moschini, who made it home for himself and for the court of aristocrats who attended, including the writer Antonio Fogazzaro and the painter Giacomo Manzoni. In 1964 the building was sold to a small metal parts firm, that brought heavy adaptations such as to distort, in part, the original layout of the nineteenth-century structure. In the nineties, the residence was acquired by its currant owners, who carried out the restructuring actions to restore it to its original appearance and funtions most relevant to its history.

Villas Castles Squares and Historic Gardens
via Molini, 30
Galliera Veneta   (PD)