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Caorle e Routes

The bell tower is the protagonist of this ancient and beautiful town poised between the infinite horizon of the sea and the lagoon. The tower is a typical Byzantine structure, cylindrical, the tenth or eleventh century, one of the few remaining examples across the Adriatic and Byzantine area the only adjective that emerges prepontente is beautiful. The history of this village, which was an island, dating to the Roman first century BC when he was called Insula, or Caprulae Capritana. It was commercial and military port of Concordia Sagittaria and Oderzo. During the dark Middle Ages was the scene of events similar to those that led to the foundation of Venice, when the population of the mainland took refuge in the impenetrable islands lagoon to escape the devastating barbarian invasions. Later he joined the orbit and the Venetian domination, yet retains its own strong identity and autonomy. It was a bishopric from the tenth century to the fall of Venice. The tower stands at the center of the square, the heart of town, surrounded by the beautiful Romanesque church from the facade and the courtyard of the bishop's palace, where are collected many Roman friezes and high-medieval. It is interesting to visit the small museum Diocesan Liturgical, which preserves precious relics, ornaments, and vestments. (open only on Sundays)

Church Madonna dell'Angelo, Cathedral, Living Reef, Dam
The Church of Madonna dell'Angelo, built around 1000, contains a wooden statue of the Virgin Mary and the stone on which he sat, when the fishermen saw it floating on the waves of the Adriatic and collected. The cross placed outside the church resembles a miracle occurred in 1727, a terrible flood Navy made ​​the sea level rise significantly without any drop entered the sanctuary. The historical and cultural identity of Caorle is undoubtedly represented by the millennium dome and imposing cylindrical tower that has always symbolized the city's image. The Cathedral dates from 1038 and the facade has two bas-reliefs of the Byzantine school, with its distinctive round bell tower detached from development. The interior has three naves divided by columns, frescoes on the walls of several seconds. XIV, and especially the Pala d'Oro, a beautiful work of Byzantine silverware. Viva Reef is the result of work by dozens of artists from around the world in this place suspended between earth, water and sky have left an indelible mark. A walk in the art that since 1993 leads the visitor into a fascinating journey along which you can see unusual sculptures. Thanks to this international sculpture symposium, sponsored by the City of Caorle, the artist gives life to a rock, the work of the sculptor takes place right on the waterfront in June of each year, under the eyes of passers-by so they can learn from near this ancient art.
 
As it was in the years Caorle '50 - '60

 

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