Oderzo Travel Guide

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    Il Duomo do Oderzo 3 more images

    by croisbeauty Updated Oct 28, 2011

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    The cathedral of Oderzo is dedicated to St. John the Baptist. It is 11th century structure built over the ruins of the Roman temple of Mars. The cathedral was reconsecrated in 1535. The original Gothic appearance has been modified by the subsequent renovations.

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  • by stoney0422 Written Jan 5, 2007

    The Best strip club in the area, Milla Lirra is over in pordenone but this is way better, the dancers are better looking and more friendly and the 50 euro lapdances are more worth it, a great place to go with many of the women speaking english.

    Dress Code: Dress to Impress just like any other strip club

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    by croisbeauty Updated Jun 22, 2012

    San Polo di Piave is a small minicipality in the Province of Treviso, located 40km north of Venice. My target wasn't San Polo but nearby Ormelle where one of the rare survived Templar's temple could be seen.
    San Polo di Piave is nice place and worth of visiting, offering a few very attractive sites, such as:
    - The church of San Giorgio, originally built between 7th and 8th centuries, which features authentic frescoes from various time but mostly from the 15th century. The frescoes show life of Sanit Giorgio.
    - Villa Papadopoli-Giol, aslo said Giol Castle due to the historical memory of existence of the castle, constructed by Venetian partiarchs in order to defend their territory in the 15th century. Villa was constructed at the end of the 19th century in unusual Tudor or neo-Gothic style. Nowadays it is place for romantic weddings, offering dreamlike ambience in both interiors and exteriors. The surrounding park of exceptional beauty was designed by Francesco Bagnara, Venetian landscape painter.

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    by croisbeauty Updated Jun 22, 2012

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    .......The swollen Piave isolated a great number of units on the west bank of the river, which made of them an easy target for the Italian fire. An estimated 20.000 Austro-Hungarian soldiers drowned while trying to reach the east bank.
    In the popular culture of Italians the Battle of Piave has mythical significant. The motto which was used in those days was: "E' meglio vivere un giorno da leone che cent'anni da pecora" - its better to live one single day as a lion than a hundred years as a sheep.

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    by croisbeauty Updated Jun 22, 2012

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    The Battle of the Piave River, June 15-23, 1918 is known in Italy as "Battaglia del Solstizio", and has mythycal signification for most of Italian people. It was the last part of the Battle of Caporetto (Kobarid, now in Slovenia) and was a decisive victory for the Italian army during World War I.
    After defeat at Caporetto, General Armando Diaz replaced General Cadorna and set up a strong defence line along Piave River. Diaz learned the exact timing of the Austrian attack and Italian artillery opened fire all along their front on the crowded enemy trenches, inflicting heavy casualties. Also, Italian artillery barrage destroyed many of the river's bridges and the Austrian formations that crossed the river were unable to recive reinforcement and supplies.......

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