A quiet town, lying at the foot of the Lessinian Mountains, Grezzana has been inhabited since the Paleolithic Era, as evidenced by the archaeological finds and rock paintings discovered in the Riparo Tagliente area. Like every other Veronese town, it was first colonised by the Romans and then came under the Scaligeri and finally under Venetian domination. It was the Venetians who built the Rial canal, which drawing water from the "progno della Valpantena" also feeds the numerous water-mills, amongst which the recently restructured Bellori mill.



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