Resilient Venzone

Venzone is on the list of the most beautiful villages, hence a place to see. Like all others, Venzone only has about 2000 habitants. A lovely village at the foot of the Alps, which gives it a stunning background to the houses. Venzone was declared National Monument in 1965 because it is a unique fortified […]

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Antiquity and Food in Cividale

A Sense of Antiquity Founded by Julius Caesar with the name of Forum Iulii in 568 AD. Cividale became the seat of the first Longobard duchy in Italy and later, the residence of the Patriarchs of Aquileia. This pretty town is antique, but clean like a bright new penny! Cividale del Friuli is located at […]

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Hot Cross Buns

If you have no daughters, give them to your sons, one ha’ penny, two ha’ penny, Hot Cross Buns Summer days on the beach; tiny bikini are a must have. The size of the bottom doesn’t matter much; for good or bad (the bad is not pictured here) this bikini is the hit of the […]

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Spilimbergo

Spilimbergo takes its name from the Count (Carinthian, Southern Austria) Spengenberg who moved here around 1120. Located on the hills northeast of Venice in the province of Pordenone in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, northern Italy. This little town is a real jewel. In the Middle Ages, the city was an important center of transit and commerce, prosperous and flourishing so that, in order […]

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Art & Biking

Cordovado. This enchanting place is listed among the “most beautiful villages in Italy”

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Villa Manin

Villa Manin at Passariano is a Venetian villa located in Passariano of Codroipo, province of Udine, northern Italy. It was the summer residence of the last Doge of Venice, Ludovico Manin (14 May 1725 – 24 October 1802).  Ludovico Giovanni Manin was a Venetian politician, that governed Venice from 9 March 1789 until 1797, when […]

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