Palazzo Doglioni is located in the heart of the ancient Borgo Piave, in Belluno, was popularly nicknamed the "Botegon", or tavern, by the workers who gravitated around the village. The city of Belluno, the natural gateway to the Dolomites, has always been in a strategic position given the equal proximity between the sea and the mountains. The building, which belonged to the noble Doglioni family, stands out compared to other neighboring houses both for the compactness of its size and for its sixteenth-century architectural features. The plant is in fact very old, at least fifteenth century, but expands and takes on its current elegant appearance between the end of the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. The restoration of the building was carried out under the control of the Superintendence of Venice. Floors in terracotta and larch wood, wooden ceilings, plaster and frescoes of great value give each unit an aesthetic value of the highest level. This wonderful apartment develops on one unique floor, consisting of about 220 sqm, has a wide terrace with access to the bedrooms and presenting traces of precious frescoes in the passageway and in one of the bedrooms. The floors are in terracotta, rooms in strips of larch wood. To this unit corresponds a cellar on the ground floor, with access from the common area. The area is well served by public transport and close by are shops, service and craft activities, schools and offices.