Museo Civico


Feltre’s civic museum thoughtfully tells the rich history of this charming town. The display starts with the coats of arms of Feltre’s most noble families in the entrance, then revisits the town’s deep Roman history on the ground floor before travelling through a series of reconstructed traditional rooms showing how wealthy Feltrini lived, and finishing with a good collection of Renaissance paintings on the 2nd floor.

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