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Housed in the sixteenth-century Villabruna Palace, the Civic Museum of Feltre is particularly notable for its precious art gallery. It contains, among others, works by Giambattista Cima da Conegliano, Palma il Giovane, Lorenzo Luzzo, Pietro de' Marascalchi, and Gentile Bellini.
However, it is not only painting that attracts the art lover: the museum offers much more. Some rooms are decorated with period pieces of furniture and objects, for example.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the daily life of the city between the 15th and 19th centuries. He can savour the aesthetic taste that, while privileging the simplicity of the lines, does not neglect the craftsmanship with which the objects were made, especially the furniture. On the ground floor, the archaeological section presents a find of great interest, including 2 pale Venetian inscriptions, precious evidence of an origin as remote as it is mysterious of the city.