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Belluno, a province of Veneto Region, lies on a crag between the Dolomites and the Prealps, at the confluence of Ardo and Piave rivers. The economy is based on agriculture, industry and tourism. In fact, each year, visitors are attracted by its beautiful landscapes. The town was a palaeovenetian centre and soon it became part of the Roman Empire. Following the barbaric invasions, the town became a feud and it was annexed to the Papacy territories. Belluno became a commune during the Dark Ages and after a gloomy period it became part of the Venetian territories in the 15th century. Belluno enjoyed a period of great splendour and prosperity that lasted for more than 300 years. In 1866 the area was annexed to the Italian Republic. Belluno offers many tourist and monumental attractions. Visitors can choose among a wide selection of accommodation facilities such as hotels and restaurants. The main monuments are the magnificent Duomo (Cathedral) overlooking the homonymous square, the wonderful Battistero (Baptistery) built in the 16th century, the beautiful Palazzo dei Rettori (Rettori Palace) in Venetian-Renaissance style and the characteristic Church of Santo Stefano, a noteworthy example of Gothic style. Other interesting sites are: the Museo Civico (Municipal Museum) home to a famous gallery, the Palazzo del Monte dei Pegni, a highly decorated building and the Seminario gregoriano, with its adjacent cloisters. The most important traditional events are of a religious inspiration, such as the Sagra de i fisciot, held in spring and the Fiera di San Martino, held in November.

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