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The Colombara Tower, near Forte Tron, dates back to the first half of the 19th century, is in neo-Gothic style and has a square plan structure with openings on all four sides. It has never been used as a place for breeding birds while it has carried out control functions on the territory as well as a private access portal to the monumental complex behind it.

The architectural structure that can be glimpsed behind the tower is known as Villa Bottenigo or Palazzo Tron and shows a manor house with the central part consisting of a large central hall, presumably built in the 15th century and renovated several times. On the other hand, the extension characterized by large granaries, cellars and a room enriched with paintings attributable to the Veronese school appears to be from the 16th century. In addition to the main building, there are walls to protect the entire complex, arcades and some smaller houses, probably once used for servants. Not far away and near the canal, it is easy to see a pretty 18th century church dedicated to the Madonna del Rosario whose facade, due to a collapse, was rebuilt in 1925.

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