Category: Friuli Venezia Giulia

The city of Gorizia is located in a border area between Italy and Slovenia and thanks tothis there is a special atmosphere. In Gorizia you can find medieval, baroque and nineteenth-century architecture, whichcoexist in a particularly harmonious way. Gorizia, thanks to its geographical position, was the scene of several clashes and battles during the First and Second WorldWars. In fact there are many monuments to thememory and museums of what happened during…

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The city of Udine is historically important and in itself contains monuments and buildings of considerable historical value. Piazza Libertà, known as “the most beautiful Venetian square on the mainland” stands at the foot of the Castle and is…

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Cividale del Friuli was the first Lombard duchy in Italy and since 2011 it has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site. Founded by Julius Caesar in the 2nd century BC with the name of Forum Iulii, from which the whole Friuli region took its name, Cividale has much older…

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The Cathedral of Aquileia is the oldest Christian building in north-eastern Italy. The current Cathedral is a magnificent construction in Romanesque style, commissioned by Patriarch Poppone (1021-1031) who rearranged it on the pre-existing Cathedral…

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