Portogruaro is a town and comune in the Metropolitan City of Venice, Veneto, northern Italy. The city is the centre of a district, made up of 11 comuni, which form the Venezia Orientale with the San Donà di Piave's district.
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In the morning of our checkout we took time to wander around the center of Portogruaro. St. Andrew's Mill is in a pretty park known for its ducks And also for its nutria which is a rodent that swims around with orange teeth. There is even a couple of statues of nutria. We did not see one. The whole setting is pleasant and the old mill wheels are still working.
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The current Cathedral dates to the 15th century but churches have stood in this spot since the 4th century as can be seen in the nearby archeological dig. The current church has been pretty much renovated since the 15th century but holds a few frescoes and Roman pieces. There is a charming Roman Fountain that has been repurposed into a baptismal font.
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The Palazzo dei Cento is a 13th century building used as a municipal building. The facade is triangular with an unusual crennelated top. The building sits on a square abutting the St. Andrew's Cathedral and the tilting bell tower. There is a fish market with the day's catch and other stores nearby.
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This early Christian site is accessed through a museum in the Cathedral of St. Stephen complex. At the site is the ruins of the 4th century church with some mosaic floors, a Roman road, and the burial site (trichorum) of three martyrs killed by Diocletian. You can walk among the ruins and also view them from above. There is a fee to get into the area.
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Wandering the streets of Portogruaro is a pleasant experience. We looked into this portal and found the most amazing collection of archaeological remains collected in this regional museum. The finds are mainly from a Roman settlement nearby called Concordia which were collected mainly in the 19th century. An interesting and beautiful exhibition.
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The Cathedral of St. Andrew is an 18th century church so was really outside of our interest area of early Christian churches. It is a nice looking church with art work from the period. The bell tower next to it is leaning much like the tower in Pisa! If you have time when you are walking around the pretty central square, it is a fine local attraction to look in at.
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An excellent centre with wide range of shops and reasonable price. Ample parking space and very clear entrance exit sign. SME was the best arrangement of the centre.
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Портогруаро - небольшой и достаточно зеленый город, так что ему вполне хватает небольшого городского парка, раскинувшегося между зданием мэрии и боковым протоком реки Лемене. Через него пролегает кратчайший путь от центра города до железнодорожного и автобусного вокзалов.
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Сам по себе ораторий - небольшая деревянная часовенка, посвященная Мадонне, но она находится в портике средневекового здания на берегу реки Лемене, и именно это делает ее одним из самых очаровательных мест города.
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Эта небольшая готическая церковь за городскими стенами дала название соседним воротам и крохотному средневековому пригороду. Внутри интересны витражи и скульптурная группа "Положение во гроб".
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