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Of considerable natural interest is the prehistoric site of Palù di Livenza, called Palù della Santissima, which takes its name from the marshy area downstream of the Livenza springs, at the...
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Polcenigo

The Gorgazzo Spring is a natural cavity created by the erosion of water favoured by a tectonic discontinuity in the form of a fault running right through the stretch where the Gorgazzo spring is...

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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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It 's still there, with all its magnificence. Among the world's highest dams to hold the water of the Vajont torrent that runs through the valley of Erto and Casso flowing into the river Piave,...

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Erto und 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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Cordenons

The Vinchiaruzzo Springs consist of 1,000 hectares and tributary canals of the Meduna river (Rio Brusà, the Roial, the Stuarta del Gravos vein and the Mulignana).

The springs originate from...

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Chions

Between the villages of Chions and Basedo a sport fishing centre called "The Roste" where you can practice sport fishing on the artificial lake and spend days in the midst of nature, taking...

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Vito d'Asio

The torrent Arzino with its 28 km from Val di Preone to the rivermouth near Pontaiba, is the largest tributary to the right of the Tagliamento river. It flows out at the foot of Mount Teglanda, in...

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