It is a town in Veneto, Italy. It is associated by the SP26 common street and is one of the towns of Riviera del Brenta. The development of the town of Dolo is because of the progressive cutting back of the oceanic energy of Venice which was generally arranged towards Dalmatia, the Aegean Sea and the Middle East, happened simultaneously with the fall of the Byzantine Empire, the Islamic extension and the new opening of route courses to the Americas.
From old maps it gives the idea that the town's name was infrequently detailed as " Dollo " which in ancient Italian dialect could likewise mean a pinnacle which was presumably devastated from that point, unless it alludes to chapel's turret which is the most astounding in the district of Veneto. A beautiful photo of the antiquated locks of Dolo by the Venetian painter Canaletto can be found in a London historical center.