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the Cultural Institute of the Accademia dei Concordi has over the years acquired numerous works related and private collections ranging in various arts, mostly a collection of paintings including the most representative piece is a portrait of Antonio Riccobono, an oil on canvas painting executed approximately in 1734 by Giambattista Tiepolo. In addition to the works which constitute the pinacoteca, the Academy boasts a well-stocked public library and reading a number of archaeological finds are not exposed to the public.
The State archive of Rovigo, established in 1964, has hosted since its opening in 1967, the former seat of the Episcopal Seminary in via Said 9, a monumental complex designed by the prestigious architect from Vicenza Domenico Cerato circa 1777-1778.
The Duomo di Rovigo is a Rovigo church dedicated to St. Stephen, Pope and martyr. El 1737 Jerome Vanezze had left devise for the erection of the marble façade, but before you implement the will of the law intervened veneta Vanezze that prevented the charities to receive similar legacy, and so were less resources for the completion of the Cathedral.
The Museum of the Long Rivers that belongs to the Civic Administration of Rovigo, was officially opened on 20th April 2001. It continues and develops the activity of the former Civic Museum of Polesine Civilizations, founded in 1978. It has been using and evaluating the old Olivetan Monastery of Saint Bartholomew, since a complex and radical restoration work took place. The Monastery was founded in the 13th century and was abolished in the time of Napoleon. Between the 16th and 17th century the existence of the Olivetan Order allowed the widening of the building to the present dimension, wit
At the end of the 16th century Venice celebrated his Dominion building designed by Francesco Zamberlan of Bassano il tempio della Beata Vergine del Soccorso, known as the roundabout, whose interior is decorated with works of high artistic value and allegorical, depicting the Venetian podestà ruled out of Rovigo until 1660.