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Cà Marcello or Palace Marcello is the connecting building built up in the early fifteenth century by the Marcello noble family coming from Venice. The Marcello family elected the enchanting manor in Monselice as their summer dwelling house till 1840. The façade of the palace is embellished by a three mullioned window in Venetian-gothic style and crowned by Ghibelline crenellations matching the original ones in the Ezzelino’s Tower (13th century).

On the first floor the Entrance hall, which acts as a link with the Marcello’s apartment in the thirteenth century tower, is now furnished with bridal chests and cupboards coming from Tuscany (Central Italy) in Renaissance style; a stunning wooden coffered-ceiling painted with more than 200 animals captures the sight of each visitor.
From this level you can reach the charming Venetian Courtyard.
A large room with mansard-roof forms the second floor. The room built up against the medieval Ezzelino’s Tower is adorned with Venetian furnishings of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.