Is a patrician villa at Cessalto, Veneto,
northern Italy, and is the most easterly villa designed by Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio. The building is near the highway between Venice and Trieste, but was built to face a canal which served as the primary means of arrival.
Definitely autographed, it is published in the Four Books of Architecture with large right-angle barchesse, which were not actually built until the first decades of the seventeenth century. See the full description on Wikipedia ... >>
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