Oderzo, known as an “Archaeological Town”, “The Town with the Most Porticoes in Italy” and “A Town of Art” is a town of Roman origin that lies in the heart of the Veneto plain. The historic centre develops to the South of Piazza Grande, its main square, following the urban layout of the Roman and Medieval eras. The”Eno Bellis” Town Architectural Museum is well worth a visit, as are the archaeological sites dotted around the town. Just a few kilometres from Oderzo is the La Madonna dei Miracoli, a basilica linked to the apparition of the Virgin in 1510 and a destination for continuous pilgrimages that bring thousands of faithful to Motta di Livenza every year.

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