Tiso Castle at Camposampiero

Camposampiero

Tiso Castle at Camposampiero

Tiso Castle at Camposampiero is the result of countless interventions of what the castle used to be of the feudal lineage of Camposampiero. The central building is a massive parallelepiped with the façade being divided into two parts: the lower band imitates a slight bossage in which over the windows of the mezzanine, a decorative pinnacle is created and the upper zone is smooth and divided by ten openings. The building is crowned with neo-gothic style battlements added in the early twentieth century. The tower that stands and leans against city hall dates back to the eleventh century with a further elevation in the seventeenth century. The southern front presents a sundial and between the four openings in the upper part, there is a painting of the Madonna and Child.

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