Villa Rezzonico

Villa Rezzonico, a historical Venetian villa situated between Padua and Rovigo, was formerly the residence of the count Diodato Seriman, a rich Arabian merchant who lived at the end of the XVII° century. Seriman used this residence only as a farm estate.
During the first half of the XVIII° century, the villa passed into the hands of the Serbelloni family, who extended it according to a Lombard – Venetian style.
In 1800 Villa Rezzonico became the residence of the Widmanns who later took the name of the Rezzonico family.

Address: Via Rotta Sabadina, 23
35040 Sant'Urbano (PD)
Phone: 0425 29163 – 0429 696322; fax: 0425 29164

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