The construction of the castle dates back perhaps as early as the first half of the eleventh century, Tiso era in which I received as a fief by Emperor Henry II Camposampiero.
The fortifications include the splitting in two branches of the river Vandura, in order to stem a square area, cinta cold, with five doors and the fortress of the counts in the vicinity of the bifurcation.
Today in the village there are only two towers.
- Torre civica (visible after booking office Culture - Phone:049 9300255).
- Palazzo Tiso (Every morning during office hours and on Wednesday afternoon – closed on Sundays).
- Torre di Porta Padova (advance booking office culture and agreement with the owner – Every morning except Wednesdays and Sundays. The afternoon except Sunday).
- Noce Sanctuary (every day from dawn to 19,00).
- Church of S. John the Baptist Convent of Friars Minor and (every day from dawn to 19,00).
- Church of St. Peter
- St. Mark's Church (daily from 7,00 to 19,00).
- Church of Santa Maria Assunta (daily from 7,00 to 19,00).
- Church of the Madonna della Salute (daily from 7,00 to 19,00).
- Villa Campello (every day except Sunday. The garden on Sunday).
- Villa Querini (visited during the opening days of the public library).
- Villa Gaja (externally visible).
- Procession of St. Anthony – 13 June.
- Tredicina S. Anthony – from 1 to the 13 June.
- Fair of Animal Husbandry – 1First Sunday in May to Rustega.
- Strawberry Festival – 2First Sunday of May.
- Summer in the Square – from early June to late August.
- Our Lady of Health – 21 November.
- Award of religious poetry and nonfiction – Biennial – 8 December.
Of the walls now remain only the two towers, but the structure is still read in the path of the existing ditches. Coming from the south, along the highway “Holy”, the entrance into the city is dominated by the Torre di Porta Padova with the clock.
It continues until the central Piazza Castello, with ample parking in the adjacent Campo Marzio. Here is the fortress, I wanted to Tiso, sede hour's Pretoria municipal, by side with the high tower of the Castle.
It comes from the square to the north, through via S. Anthony, after the bifurcation of the river that surrounds the city Vandura. The living room of S. Antonio nel 1231 is remembered by Cell Vision, incorporated into the Church of S. John the Baptist of Friars Minor. A little further north (off Map) is the Shrine of Walnut, of 1432, with frescoes by Girolamo Tessari said “Dal Santo”. You return to the fork and follow the river north branch by S. Antonio to the node with the hydraulic Tergolino and Muson. Because Cordenons then go along the eastern side of the country, defended by three parallel streams, to the Villa Querini, houses the public library and the Villa Campello, undergoing restoration. E’ to remember the fortified system of the Seraglio, Francesco il Vecchio da Carrara built at the end of the fourteenth century by raising a massive levee defenses and continuing along the shore of Padua Muson, in order to connect the strongholds of Camposampiero, Stigliano and Mirano.