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Bassano del Grappa


Bassano del Grappa is a very ancient city, crossed by River Brenta, at the foot of the Venetian Alps, between  Monte Grappa and the Altopiano dei Sette Comuni. The city is famous for the liquor, grappa, which is produced here, in the oldest distillery of Italy, and the Ponte degli Alpini (the Bridge of the Alpine troops), designed by Andrea Palladio. Bassano has been a crossroads of exchanges and cultures, an area rich in trading activities, where many artists used to work, weavers, jewellers, ceramists and carpenters. It is also famous for having been the artistic base of Jacopo Da Ponte and the famous prints of the Remondinis.

Bassano is marked by important artistic and cultural features: the historical downtown is rich in squares, towers, palaces and museums, monuments and interesting artisanal shops. 
The name of the town was changed into Bassano del Grappa after the tragic events which happened on the mountain Grappa (1776 m) which became a fundamental point of extreme resistance during the First World War.

Per informazioni:
Iat Bassano del Grappa
L. Corona d'Italia, 35 - 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI) 
Tel. (0039) 0424 524351
Fax (0039) 0424 525301
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