Wednesday, April 16, 2014

vintage market in Portobuffolè. April, Sunday 13th


Portobuffolè is the smallest town in Treviso province. just 800 people are living there. however, it's a charming little corner, with a quite important artistic and historical value, in spite of the small dimensions.
in 1300, a noblewoman called Gaia da Camino received the town as a wedding gift from her husband (what a nice gift, a town!) an it seems that made its beauty and importance grow in the following years. now we still can see elegant buildings from XIV-XVI sec.






we visited on a cloudy sunday. the green was greener than usual, the sky whimsical like it should be in april.
every second sunday of the month, an antiques market is held. i think the town makes a beautiful frame for it.

we wandered for the tiny streets. our eyes alternately catched by a funny object or a frescoed façade, an old toy or a nicely shaped window.











we eventually saw a cat on a leash. and a wisteria forest.









we bought another lambretta advertising from 1967 and took an analogue selfie in a vintage mirror.



























12 comments:

  1. A truly charming little town! I miss Italy's beautiful old houses!

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    1. but you live surrounded by finnish stunning landscapes :)

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  2. What a beautiful little town! every corner in italy is pretty

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  3. I would LOVE to bring home with me a publicita originali, so beautifully framed! Also, superb selfie. :D

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    1. i was sure you'd like them ;)
      i was tempted to buy the small one with the kodak advertise!

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  4. Wonderful analogue shots! Would love to visit this place!

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    1. thank you nancy! the village is small but cute ♥

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  5. Hello Silvia :)

    This a really nice looking city that makes me want to go there <3

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