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- Oasi Canneviè
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Along the road from the S.S. Romea to Lido di Volano, surrounded by valleys and reeds, the white silhouette of the Cannevié Biotopic Station emerges in the green surroundings.
The present casone, of great environmental value, was built in the 18th century as a fishing and fish marinating station.
Profoundly renovated, the casone currently presents a two-story body with the characteristic elongated rectangle plan: the projecting chimney remains on the north elevation. Near the casone is notable the Palazzina di Cannevié, a master's or fishing chief's residence, of later date despite its 18th-century Venetian-influenced lines.
The main body of the Palazzina consists of two floors, with the central part raised by one floor and ending with a simple triangular pediment and two projecting chimneys, which characterize the main elevation. Such a structure, was also part of the Cannevié complex, the house of the guardian of Valle.
Not far away stands the tawny casone of Porticino, which already existed in the 16th century, as evidenced by the transcribed inventory of Alfonso II d'Este's property, among which it was listed.
Carefully restored, the structure now has 17 rooms, representing the ideal location also for events, meetings and ceremonies.
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