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TERRITORIO PROVINCIALE

On 26th June in Seville, the Dolomites were included in the World Heritage List.
The unique beauty of this area can be explored by visiting the Regional Park of the Friulian Dolomites, which...

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Polcenigo / Pordenone

The only example of a natural and rural park in Italy. Since 1998 it has been part of the Europarc Federation organisation that protects and develops the parks of Europe.

It is located at...

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Pordenone

Located in the city centre, it can be easily visited as there are many foot trails.

Starting from the Adamo ed Eva bridge, in just a few steps you reach the Church of the SS. Trinità (the...

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Erto e Casso

The Vajont dam
The construction of the Vajont dam in the narrow valley and the subsequent disaster remain a dramatic chapter in the history of Erto and Casso, characterised...

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Vivaro

An agriturism centre ideal for a holiday in complete contact with nature.
The educational farm provides the opportunity and the means to rediscover the values and traditions which are being...

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Cimolais

Inside this educational farm it is possible to relive the old skills of one time.

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Frisanco

The Frisanco visitors centre has been created in the premises of the ex-dairy of Poffabro. 
The facility, inaugurated in April 1933, is now laid out in four sections: the dairy itself on the...

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The long-awaited decision finally came: at last, the Dolomites are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In reality, the fact that the Dolomites constitute a practically unique case, due to the...

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Cordenons / San Giorgio della Richinvelda / San Quirino / Vivaro / Zoppola

Magredi means "poor land", that is, arid soils that are poor in water due to the presence of stones, even though the amount of rainfall in Friuli Venezia Giulia makes it the rainiest Region in...

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A pleasant route that goes up and down through dozens and dozens of small hamlets in the Colvera, Tramontina, Cosa and Arzino valleys. The route, which is about 120 km long in fact runs by the...
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