Located at the confluence of several rivers feeding the lagoon of Venice, the story of San Dona di Piave was characterized by instability both hydraulic and politics.
For this, every 7 August, the mayor of San Dona gives 2 capons to the mayor of Musile di Piave in a tradition that has been handed down since 1250, the year of the total destruction of the surrounding countryside from flooding of the river Piave.
San Dona then had moments of great splendor during the Kingdom of Italy but substantial problems of survival during the First World War, particularly during major battles on the Piave.
With its strategic location it has a busy cultural life and hosts a special park dedicated to "Sculpture in Architecture".
The alphabet of surrealistic houses by Andrea Zelio typify his approach to art and life…