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Arzene/Valvasone
Today the Cathedral is in the form resulted by the renovations carried out in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, although it was built back in 1449 to preserve the relics of the "...
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Pordenone
The Cathedral that became a parish church back in 1278, was rebuilt on existing thirteenth century works in Romanesque-Gothic style as of 1363, with restructuring works that followed. It holds...
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Spilimbergo
Its building, which was begun in 1284, is the most beautiful monument in the city; built near the ancient city wall, which incorporated a tower that was then turned into a bell tower.
The...
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Pordenone
The complex was founded by the Franciscan Friars Minor Conventual and built by Francesco Ricchieri with the authorization of Pope Martino V and the Bishop of Concordia, Arrigo di Strassoldo. It...
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Spilimbergo

Spilimbergo has ancient origins and was of great splendour during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period.
As a result of the rapid commercial development in the '300s the small town...

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Residence of the lords of Maniago since the end of the '500s, a time when they moved permanently, abandoning the castle that overlooked and still overlooks the town.

The residence, which...

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The current town hall of Morsano, renovated by the architect Dino Angeli from Fontanafredda (PN), occupies the business complex of the former Palazzo Moro.

The current state of the...

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Sacile

Sacile's main square, located in the heart of the city, was originally a trade centre for the river port of call. The land that slopes slightly to the south, still reveals the original purpose of...

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Arzene/Valvasone
This large square is dominated by the Duomo del SS. Corpo di Cristo.

With its back to the portal of the Duomo, on the left, is a dainty wing in brickwork consisting of a building of the '3 /

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Pordenone
In Torre di Pordenone just three kilometres from the town centre on the left bank of the river Noncello is the site of a Roman villa, whose murals are on display in the museum. They are among...
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