Capital of the province, Rovigo, is located along the Adige and the Canalbianco and is one of the most flourishing cities of the Veneto. There are numerous tourist sites such as the Church of Our Lady of Salvation, built in 1594, which houses paintings of the Venetian school of the fourteenth to the eighteenth; the ruins of the Castle Ostense of which there are only two towers, the Dona, one of the highest Italian medieval towers, and the Mozza tower, both testimony of the medieval period. Among the Renaissance architecture you can admire Roverella Palace, seat of the Pinacoteca, Roncale Palace, built in 1555 by the family of Roncale Bergamo, Palazzo Angeli, in neoclassical style, Palace Ravenna, and the building of the Academy of Concordi which houses the Pinacoteca. Also visit the cathedral dedicated to St. Stephen Pope and Martyr, built before the eleventh century, which inside houses numerous sculptures and paintings. In the rest of the province you can admire Villa Badoer situated in Fratta Polesine, one of the finest Palladian villas dating back to the sixteenth century; also in Polesella there are beautiful villas, all dating back to the Renaissance period. Porto Tolle overlooking a landscape of the most beautiful and precious of Italy, and Adria, the town that gave its name to the Adriatic Sea, is home of the National Archaeological Museum which displays interesting Etruscan and Romans remains. Between the coastal resorts is recommended Rosolina a Mare, a charming town where, almost enclosed between the two rivers, has a vast and beautiful sandy beach.