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Arzignano is located in the Veneto Region of Italy. Due to its location in the Valle del Chiampo, the town of Arzignano is included in the Province of Vicenza. Arzignano has developed over the years through its progressive and evolutionary industrial sector. The population in Arzignano reaches approximately 25,715 inhabitants.

Top Attractions within Arzignano

The Sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie was built in Arzignano after the plague of 1485. The main purpose of the sanctuary was to celebrate and to honor Santa Maria della Grazie, as she was the one that protected the community and helped it during the terrible period of the plague. Today, it is one of the most visited locations here and one of the landmarks of the city.

The Church of Saint Agata di Tezze is another religious monument to be found in Arzignano. Built in the 15th century, the construction was based on the location of a pre-existing chapel, in order to fulfill the needs of an expanding community in connection to the religious service provided. It can be an interesting attraction for those interested in religion, as well as for those passionate about history and architecture.

The Fossils Museum of Bolca is easily accessible from Arzignano. The main aim of the museum is to present the various fossilized remains that have been found in the region through various collections. Traces of animals and plants can be seen among the artifacts of the museum. You will be surprised by the intricate way in which these signs of the past have been preserved in various materials, such as in different types of stones.

The Civic Museum of Vicenza is located near Arzignano and it is the best provider of cultural and artistic developments in the region. If you are looking to learn more about the vastness of the Italian culture, then the museum is definitely the place that you have to visit. The collections of the museum are divided into three sections, as follows: the Civic Art Gallery, the Natural History and Archaeological Museum and the Risorgimento and Resistance Museum.