Palazzo Doglioni

Formerly the Headquarters of Cassa di Risparmio del Veneto

The frescoes on the main floor (or piano nobile) of the Doglioni family’s 16th-century residence evoke a homage to classical antiquity. A false tapestry and high frieze festooned with garlands and large shells, ancient ruins, a stone-paved piazza with porticoed buildings, an urban gateway inscribed with the word “Rome” and an enigmatic domed building still express the decorative interior style found in the cities of the Veneto region in the 16th century.


Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Belluno, Italia