It ‘a building of the fifteenth century. In the mid-700, the building had been expanded in the front, so as to hide the fifteenth century façade. Between 1922 and 1923 several restorations are performed, which include killing avant-eighteenth century, highlighting the original facade del’400. It ‘been restored so that it becomes an example of a typical house Cadore of the past, with chimney leaning against the outside wall, a staircase rising to the first floor, a long wooden balcony that runs along the front and roof beams well visible. By a deed of sale drawn up by a notary priest in 1557, it appears that the house in Via Arsenale is the only home that Titian possessed in Cadore. And ‘passed in properties to several families until it was purchased by the Magnificent
Community of Cadore, in 1926.
With the D.R. of 17.12.1922 No. 1725, has been declared a national monument.
Inside you will find some original furnishings of the ‘600, ‘500 a wooden Christ, some autograph letters of the Master of Pietro Aretino, Philip II of Spain and the Bull with which the Emperor Charles V, appointment Titian “Conte Palatino ”
How to get
Coming from Venice, Highway 27, exit at Pian di Vedoia, ss. Alemagna towards Pieve di Cadore. From the main square of Pieve, towards the village of Sottocastello along Via Arsenale.
A short distance from the birthplace of Titian, at the end of Piazza Tiziano, is
The building that was the Speaker of Titian (1538-1612), known for being a skilled notary
particular speaking skills (hence the name) and cousin of the more famous Titian the Painter. This sixteenth century Palace, which belongs to the Magnificent Community, is being restored and will house the Center for Studies of Titian
The descriptions and journey times are approximate only for the purpose of giving a prior indication, the Hotel is not liable for any change routes, closing roads or trails. Before leaving inquire in Tourist information offices or at the local alpine guides. We recommend using clothing and footwear from mountain