Stadio di Udine
Cividale del Friuli
Valli del Natisone


The chief town of the homonymous province in Friuli Venezia Giulia, Udine can boast squares rich in Venetian charm and fine old buildings: from Piazza Libertà, which is defined as "the most beautiful Venetian square on dry land", to Piazza Matteotti (or Piazza delle Erbe), which, surrounded by arcades, looks like an open-air lounge, the array of fine old and colourful buildings will reveal the essence of the town


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A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011. Founded by Julius Caesar with the name of Forum Iulii


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Aquileia has an extremely important archaeological area, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site


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A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1998, it was one of the largest and richest cities of the Roman empire. It was destroyed by Attila in the mid-fifth century. Most of the old city is still buried under the fields, constituting the greatest archaeological area of this kind


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VA Venetian villa located in Passariano di Codroipo (in the province of Udine). It was the residence of the last Doge of Venice, Ludovico Manin. Napoleon Bonaparte and Joséphine de Beauharnais lived in the villa for about two months in 1797. Many of the talks on the Treaty of Campoformio (17th October 1797) between France and Austria took place here.
The villa was restored in the 1960s and from 2004 to 2008 it was a contemporary art centre. It hosts major international exhibitions


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By the term Valli del Natisone (Vals dal Nadison in Friulian, Nediške doline in Slovenian) one means that territory consisting of four valleys crossed by as many rivers (Natisone, Alberone, Cosizza and Erbezzo) and the natural link between Cividale del Friuli and the valley of the river Isonzo. Particularly interesting from a nature and landscape point of view, it is characterized by the presence of small votive churches and was witness to some of the fiercest fighting of the First World War


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A well-known seaside resort along the coast of the Northern Adriatic Sea. The town can boast the most beautiful beach of the territory: an over 8 km long sand peninsula


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An important tourist and spa resort, also known as the Isola del Sole (Sunny Island) and, due to its particular history, as the First Venice. It was a Roman port at the service of Aquileia and a castrum


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A surprisingly wide beach with fine and golden sand, still coming from the River Tagliamento. This alpine river is unique in whole Europe for its biodiversity. Therefore, the long beach of Bibione can be considered an important naturalistic heritage to protect.