Villa Gera, with its imposing and harmonious dimensions, is, together with the castle, part of the panorama of Conegliano. The Villa designed by Giuseppe Jappelli, was built on the ruins of the second surrounding walls of the old medieval village, often depicted by the painter Cima in his works. The pronaos of the Villa is made of eight ionic columns which occupy the whole facade overlooking the valley. Above the pronaos, the tympanum, sculpted by Marco Casagrande, an apprentice of Canova, offers a life-size representation of Architecture that welcomes the Sister Arts: Painting, Sculpture, Poetry and Music; in the corners coats of arms and effigies of the Gera Family stand out. In the inside of the Villa a series of frescos by Giovanni De Min portrays life scenes of Julius Caesar: the passing through the Alps, the battle and the victory against the Helvetians, the flight of the local population. The vast garden, the vineyard, the walkways on the Carraresi battlements crown the striking panorama of the town and the Prosecco hills. Villa Gera is open to visitors and hosts exclusive events like weddings, meetings, concerts and gala dinners.