Crossed by the Naviglio Adigetto, the historic center of Villadose is the heart of a territory that is characterized by the particular arrangement of agricultural land, which reflects the organization of the territory in the Roman Age, the so-called “centuriation”. To find out what it is, just visit the Archaeological Museum of the Roman Centuriation located in Palazzo Patella, also home to the Villadose Town Hall.

The imposing Palazzo intrigues for the mixture of styles, which reflect the dominations that have followed one another over time: the windows on the ground floor are in the Ferrara style and those on the upper floors in the Venetian style.