Trieste - Trieste
Friuli Venezia Giulia is made up of the capital Trieste and by the provinces of Pordenone, Udine and Gorizia.
During the Bronze Age, the 3rd millennium B.C., the region was inhabited by tribes that lived in caverns and in fortified villages, and subsequently suffered from the immigration of the Illiria populations.
National Archaeological Museum of Aquileia
Udine - Aquileia
In importance and quantity of the finds, the Archaeological Museum of Aquileia is positioned as one of the largest in the whole peninsula; The region of Venetia et Histria was one of the most important of the rapidly expanding Roman gateway to the Balkans and the Alps For this, the ...
Museum of the Prata di Pordenone mine
Pordenone - Prata Di Pordenone
The dark world of mining, often described in a somewhat legendary way, evokes fascination and fear, going hand-in-hand with the strong symbolic aspect of underground (the underworld) and digging (the unconcious). More realistically, it is hard work.This interesting private museum at Prata di Pordenone displays machinery, tools, artefacts and documents ...
Museum of Country Life Fagagna
Udine - Fagagna
Well worth the visit, this faithful reconstruction of the country life Friuli between 800 and 900 of the first half. This is not just a static museum of objects, rural machinery and equipment, but a continuation, in complete fidelity to the past, habits and customs of the agricultural civilization of ...
Ethnographic Museum of Malborghetto
Udine - Malborghetto Valbruna
In the Venetian Palace of Malborghetto (UD), in Tarvisio, was converted into an interesting path that leads through the aspects of prehistoric, paleontological and geological territory. Go through these halls introductory understanding of the context, access to those occupied by many objects and documents that relate to the Mines Raibl, ...