Villa Valmarana (Lisiera)

The Villa Valmarana (also known as Valmarana Scagnolari Zen) is a Renaissance villa situated in Lisiera, a locality of Bolzano Vicentino, province of Vicenza, northern Italy. Designed by Andrea Palladio, it was originally built in the 1560s for the Valmarana family.[1]

Villa Valmarana
UNESCO World Heritage Site
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Villa Valmarana
LocationBolzano Vicentino, Province of Vicenza, Veneto, Italy
Part ofCity of Vicenza and the Palladian Villas of the Veneto
CriteriaCultural: (i), (ii)
Reference712bis-015
Inscription1994 (18th session)
Extensions1996
CoordinatesCoordinates: 45°34′47.38″N 11°36′36.93″E / 45.5798278°N 11.6102583°E / 45.5798278; 11.6102583
Villa Valmarana (Lisiera) is located in Veneto
Villa Valmarana (Lisiera)
Location of Villa Valmarana in Veneto
Villa Valmarana (Lisiera) is located in Italy
Villa Valmarana (Lisiera)
Villa Valmarana (Lisiera) (Italy)

The villa was nearly totally destroyed during World War II, but has been rebuilt. Even before the war damage, the building did not closely resemble the plan which Palladio published in his I quattro libri dell'architettura (The Four Books of Architecture) of 1570, possibly because Gianfrancesco Valmarana, the architect's client, died while his house was being built.

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  Media related to Villa Valmarana (Lisiera di Bolzano Vicentino) at Wikimedia Commons

  1. ^ "International Centre for the Study of the Architecture of Andrea Palladio". Archived from the original on 2007-10-30. Retrieved 2008-05-15.