Palazzo Moscardo (17th cent.)
Palazzo Moscardo was built in the 17th century on Via Camuzzoni. During the Venetian period, it belonged to one of the prominent Soave families. It was later turned into a hospice for the indigent sick. Later it housed the local elementary school, and after that was used as a barracks for the carabinieri, until 1997. The Ministry of Public Works carried out a philological restoration in 2005-2006, which restored it to its original beauty. Today it is the office of the Guardia di Finanza.