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Museums

  • Museo della terra dei nove castelli

    The Museum is situated in a quiet location just outside of the village centre, surrounded by a beautiful natural environment; ruins of local castles are clearly visible on the hills lying at a short distance...

  • Museo di Gorizia

    A visit to the Castle of Gorizia is a wonderful opportunity to learn about the layout and furnishings of a typical palatial residence. On the ground floor there is a small dining-room and a kitchen...

  • Museo di Miramare

    The Museum is housed in the Duke and Duchess’s apartments, which have been largely preserved in their original condition. Particularly noteworthy are the so-called Maximilian’s rooms , among...

  • Museo della grande guerra

    Founded in 1924 as Museo della Redenzione and housed in Palazzo Attems (photographs of this original display are shown in room 9), Gorizia War Museum was totally reorganized in 1946 after suffering...

  • Museo documentario della città

    Opened in 1984, the Museum contains a vast collection of documents, objects and recordings reconstructing the history of the city and fortress of Gradisca. The collection, arranged in chronological...

  • Museo etnografico del Palazzo Veneziano

    Opened in 1990, the Museum retraces the history of Val Canale and Canal del Ferro in the extreme north-east of Friuli, since prehistorical times a point of contact between Friuli, Carinthia and Slovenia....

  • Museo della moda e delle arti applicate

    Located in 16th-century Casa Dornberg on Castle Hill, the Museum houses a large collection of textiles and applied art. Part of Gorizia’s Musei Provinciali (Provincial Museums), the Museum contains...

  • Museo Storico Militare

    Established in 1987 by the Ministry of Defence, the Museum is named after the Cavalry Brigade Pozzuolo del Friuli . Housed in the tower of Porta Cividale, it contains a collection of documents and memorabilia...

  • Civico Museo Storico

    The Municipal Museum of History contains a collection of material (originals and replicas) documenting the history of the Venetian Fortress of Palmanova from its construction in 1593 to World War I. On...

  • Museo Provinciale della vita contadina

    At the Provincial Museum of Rural Life Diogene Penzi visitors can gain an insight into the rich heritage and culture of Friuli. Recently opened at Palazzo Altan in San Vito al Tagliamento, the Museum...

  • Torre Moscarda

    Opened in 1994, Medieval Torre Moscarda contains a small Wildlife Museum mainly devoted to plants. The Museum, housed on the first floor of the Tower, displays and illustrates a variety of plants, which...

  • Museo del territorio

    The Museum houses a vast collection of objects and works of art, organized in three sections: archaeological, artistic, and ethnographic. Previously stored at Palazzo Masetti de Concina, in 1981 the collection...

  • Museo Paleontologico della Rocca

    The Museum houses the collection of fossils of the Spelaeological Association Amici Del Fante , which in over 50 years of activity has collected a total of 30,000 items, of which only a small part is...

  • Museo di Ragogna

    Housed on the ground floor of the Centro Comunale (Cultural centre), at locality San Giacomo, the Museum contains finds from excavations carried out by Dr Antonio Cerutti together with Ragogna’s...

  • Lapidario Tergestino

    Housed in the Casa del Capitano , the Museum contains a collection of steel weapons and fire arms. On the ground floor there is a display of 16th and 17th-century cannons, partially reconstructed. The...

  • Civico Museo del Castello di San Giusto

    Housed on the ground and mezzanine floor of the Castle, the Museum contains a large collection of archaeological finds, part of which donated by private collectors. The donation of Francesco di Toppo...

  • Museo Civico di Torre Raimonda

    Officially opened in 1993 on the upper floors of Torre Raimonda, the Museum houses an archaeological collection originally assembled at the end of the 1950s by professor Federico De Rocco. The collection...

  • Museo Civico di Storia ed Arte

    Recently opened, the Museum is housed in the Bastione Lalio of the Castle of San Giusto. It contains a collection of epigraphs from the 1st and 2nd century AD, previously held in the Epigraphy Garden...

  • Museo archeologico

    Housed on the ground and mezzanine floor of the Castle, the Museum contains a large collection of archaeological finds, part of which donated by private collectors. The donation of Francesco di Toppo...

  • Galleria dei disegni e delle stampe

    The Gallery comprises over 3,000 items ranging from 15th-century wood engravings to 19th-century lithographs, mostly donated by private collectors such as Abbot Giovanni Battista Del Negro and Count...

  • Galleria d'arte antica

    The Gallery was set up in 1866 to house a collection of local artworks from churches, houses and palaces around the region; subsequently enriched by purchases and donations, it contains important Italian...

  • Gabinetto numismatico

    Founded at the beginning of the 19th century and enriched by numerous donations, the Museum documents the preference of Italian collectors for Roman coins over Greek ones. It houses a collection of around...

  • Museo della fotografia

    Recently opened, the Museum of Photography stores and displays a collection of photographs representing the landscape, the history, the monuments, and generally the art and ethnography of Friuli. Its...

  • Torre di porta Aquileia

    The tower of Porta Aquileia is part of Udine’s third and most recent circle of walls, built between the 14th and the15th century as a protection of the original nucleus of the city (a perspective...

  • Torre di porta Villalta

    Like Porta Manin and Porta Aquileia, the tower of Porta Villalta was part of Udine’s third and most recent circle of walls. Probably the best preserved of the three, it was built between 1436 and...