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 […]


Aquileia was founded by the Romans as a military colony in 181 BC, it was first bulwark against the invasion of the Barbarians and the departure point for expeditions and military conquests. Located in Friuli-Venezia-Giulia (Udine Province), about 13 km from the Adriatic, and about 60 miles from Venice (airport) going east, it was added […]