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Archaeology into Montello and Colli Asolani
There are numerous settlements and archaeological vestiges in the area of the Montello Hill and the Asolano Hills.
A point of passage of the Via Claudii Augusta, a fundamental road for the development of the Marca, still today an enigma regarding its layout. There are many versions of its routes and among these we can find some traces at Nervesa della Battaglia.
An example of a walled town is Asolo, with the Fortress that was set up in the Venetian epoch, then the place of a military garrison and finally a city under a Venetian garrison with Regina Conaro.
Remains left by the fief of the Ezzelini are a centuries-old oak tree near the Fortress of Cornuda and the old site of the Maser castle, testified to by a cistern-well.
Right in the heart of the Montello area the testimonies affirm that the Chartreuse of St. Mary and St. Jerome was present; of it, today, few traces remain, but it was an important place of culture, and indeed precisely inside it the famous Etiquette was written!

Iniziativa finanziata dal programma di Sviluppo Rurale per il veneto 2007 – 2013
Organismo responsabile dell'informazione: Provincia di Treviso
Autorità di gestione: Regione del Veneto – Piani e Programmi del Settore Primario
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