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The Duomo, Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene, inside the Duomo is a painting of the Last Supper by Gianbattista Tiepolo. – The House of St. Angela Merici, founder of the monastic order “Orsoline” – An archaeological museum (Museo Civico Archeologico Rambotti) – The Villa Romana, built between the 3rd and 5th century B.C. Restored starting from 1920, it features in excess of 200 sq.m. of mosaics showing scenes of fishing, hunting, grape harvesting and dancing, as well as pieces of frescoes – The Castle – The Tower of St. Martin (Torre di San Martino). In the battlefield where the Piemontese army defeated the Austrians, during the Second War of Italian Independence, it is possible to visit the tower that was erected at the end of the 19th century to celebrate the victory, a church and an ossuary.