Particolare della Villa Donà Romanin-Jacur, parte alta della facciata frontale — (Archivio Venipedia/Bazzmann)

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Strange as it may seem, there is very little certain information about the villa: the date of construction is unknown, the architect is unknown, and the events are nebulous.

It was almost certainly commissioned by the Venetian patrician family of the Donà who built it in the first decades of the 17th century, on the remains of a previous late 16th century manor house with a square plan.

In 1847 the Villa was acquired by the Jewish family of Paduan bankers Jacur who also oversaw the construction of an interesting romantic park.

The interior

Internally, the sy

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