Cavezzo - MO - 41032


Cavezzo1.jpg According to the Pianta by Francesco II d'Este's librarian - Gian Battista Boccabadati - Villa di Capezzo, together with Gisvetro and Villa di Motta, once belonged to the Municipality of Casare. Villa Cavezzo became the main centre of the area after a number of different factors came into play in the 16th century.
The most important artistic-architectural structure in the Cavezzo area is the Church of Santa Maria ad Nives, whose origins can be traced back to a 14th century chapel. Inside it, visitors can admire several works of significant value (scagliole and paintings). The Villa Delfini - an attractive 17th century residential complex - is located a few ceilometers away from the centre of Cavezzo. The park, its gardens and a number of its rooms are open to the public during the summer, when musical and literary events are held there.

IAT - Tourist Information and Assistance Office
Address: Piazza Grande, 14 c/o historical entrance Town Hall
Telephone: 059/2032660 - Fax: 059/2032659
Web site:
Opening times : From Monday to Saturday from 9.00am to 6.00pm; on Sunday and Holidays from 9.30am to 6.00pm
Closed 25 December and Easter Sunday

How to get there
By car: take the ringroad direction Mirandola, then go on S.S. 12 Abetone-Brennero called canaletto, near Mirandola turn left direction Cavezzo.