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Oderzo’s Archaeological Museum “Eno Bellis” is situated in the Barchessa of Palazzo Foscolo. The urban structure of the ancient town of "Opitergium", an important economic and administrative centre during the ancient Veneto and Roman ages, originated from the 10th century B.C. and remained as it was until the 7th century AD. Museum collections started in the late 19th century when early findings were supplemented with donations from local families. More recently, other artefacts were added.
Objects are displayed by order of ages: the first floor houses artefacts
The Pinacoteca Alberto Martini occupies the top floor of Palazzo Foscolo, a fine late 16th-century building in the tradition of the Venetian villas, the rich Sansovino-style stuccowork of which, together with the procession of first-floor portals, has been attributed to Alessandro Vittoria (Trento 1524 - Vicenza 1608). Since 1997, Palazzo Foscolo has also accommodated the Oderzo Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Painting (GAMCO). The creation of the Pinacoteca Alberto Martini coincides with the anthological exhibition of his works that Oderzo organised in 1967. On that occasion, Maria Petri
Inside the restaurant you can see the remains of the walls of walls ' Opitergium ' Roman and Byzantine.