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Chiesa di San Niccolò

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Chiesa di San Niccolò

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Via San Nicolo' 50, 31100, Treviso Italy
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Kayak, bike and taste in the Sile Park
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Kayak, bike and taste in the Sile Park

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Starting with a sit-on-top from our headquarters in Lughignano di Casale sul Sile we descend the river in favor of the current until we reach, after about an hour of paddling, the hidden port of S. Elena di Silea where you can stop . We return, then into the water and in another hour we arrive at Casale sul Sile, where the bicycles are waiting. From here, just follow the signs of the cycle path to retrace the course of the Sile backwards, skirting it to the starting point of the activity. The distance covered in the water is about 8 km, as well as that by bicycle.
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Perry Grinate wrote a review Aug 2019
Ashby de la Zouch, United Kingdom713 contributions229 helpful votes
Treviso is such a beautiful city and this church is a must. A huge twelfth century building with areas behind it which are currently undergoing restoration. I was especially impressed by the frescoes on the pillars - and by the way that 18th century builders just removed some of the wall frescoes half way down to construct the door to the sacristy.Well worth a visi
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Rob P wrote a review May 2019
Treviso, Italy13 contributions5 helpful votes
This 14th-century Dominican church is really beautiful. Its walls are adorned with frescoes by various 14th-century artists, including works from G. Savoldo, L. Lotto, G. Buora, J. Lauro, L. Bregno, and F. Bassano among others. The pipe organ was built by G. Callido in 1779. The church’s cloister, which is home to the chapter house of the Dominicans and bears frescoes by Tomaso da Modena, is also very beautiful.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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David_Aviano wrote a review Feb 2019
Pordenone, Italy148 contributions17 helpful votes
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I began by walking through the old gate (across the street from the train station), and followed the water into the pedestrian area. On my right I saw the spire of the church. When I got to a bridge where I could cross over I backtracked, and found the church. It was open. There was no one requiring an entrance fee (but, there are places for tourists to deposit their gifts). I was able to look, take photos (no flash), and pray in the Blessed Sacrament chapel. I didn't want to leave, but there was so much more of the city for me to see. I would recommend setting aside at least 1 hour to see this extraordinary church.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Mike N wrote a review Jul 2018
New York City, New York1,535 contributions404 helpful votes
The church and cloister are from the 1400s. Wonderful frescos that are well light from the clear windows. A visit also gets you to walk through more of the town.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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stefanprisacariu wrote a review Mar 2018
Iasi, Romania974 contributions104 helpful votes
Another impressive church, a great one in Treviso, you should really visit it. It is magnificent ;).
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Date of experience: March 2018
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