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The Jacur family, a wealthy Paduan Jewish banker family, revolutionized the town planning of the city of Salzano and introduced an industrial activity of considerable importance for the population: the spinning mill.

Moisè Vita Jacur (1797-1877) financier from Padua, co-founder of Assicurazioni Generali of Trieste, owner of a bank and owner of a commercial center, in 1847 bought the eighteenth-century villa of Salzano Dona 'Romanin-Jacur, succeeding the Venetian patrician family of the Donà delle Rose of Santa Fosca, who had it built to spend the summer holidays.

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