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The CIMBA Graduate Campus in Asolo dates to the 14th century, and lies within the protective walls of the city's most famous site, la Rocca, a walled, medieval fortification, with views of the Alps that are simply breathtaking. The program has a strong "residence" feel with students living either in the facility's on-campus, upscale living quarters or in nearby apartments. Basketball, tennis, soccer, and physical fitness facilities and trainers are available both in Asolo and at the undergraduate campus some 4 kilometers from Asolo. Crime and traffic are but a distant concern.