Cà Cinello

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At the foot of Asolo Hills, surrounded by a campaign of 25 ha, Ca Cinel is a rare example of a country building dating from 1600 which preserved an original structures typical of rural buildings of the time. 
Ex relevance of Villa Rinaldi - Barbini, the farmstead has undergone a thorough recovery intervention designed to preserve and protect the heritage features are now rare and unfamiliar territory. The restoration was done under the constraint of Fine Arts in Venice. 
Asolo has always been considered one of the most beautiful towns in Italy, is a settlement that is established on the summit ridge and the slopes of some hills as the Ricco on its top which houses the Rock, a monument sign and landscaping around the pivot ' large surrounding area. 
Discoveries and archaeological investigations testify to the ancient origins of Asolo town in pre-Roman times, then strategic castrum, then a bishopric in the sixth and tenth centuries. However it is during the peaceful Venetian rule that the vocation of Asolo [in expectation implied etymology of the name Asylum - haven], was able to manifest fully. From that moment beautiful villas have been raised to make up the crown to the enchanting town, materializing the humanistic ideal "vague and pleasant castle on ridges in extremes of our Alps, over the Treviso [Pietro Bembo]. 
Writers, poets and artists, both Italian and foreign, worn by the historical events or attracted by the beauty of the place, visited and loved this city by Pietro Bembo, during the rule of Cornaro you wrote "The Asolani" which he dedicated to Robert Browning "Asolando" by Giosuè Carducci who called it "the city of a hundred horizons" Ada Negri; by Lorenzo Lotto and Giorgione whose works grace the landscape lives Asolo, to Palladio, to Massari, to Canova, until Benson, Marius Pictor, De Pisis; by Gustavo Modena at Duse, Asolo was in the house and wanted to be buried, by Igor Stravinsky to Gian Francesco Malipiero.