Udine (Italian: (listen) (help · info); Friulian: Udin, German: Weiden in Friaul, Latin: Utinum, Slovene: Videm) is a city and comune in northeastern Italy, in the middle of the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region, between the Adriatic Sea and the Alps (Alpi Carniche).
The Diocesan Museum and the Tiepolo Galleries are hosted in the prestigious base of the Patriarchal Palace, now the Arcivescovile (Archiepiscopal) of Udine, which is still in the form desired by the Patriarch Dionisio Delfino in the eighteenth century, and by his nephew and successor Daniele.
Il Museo Etnografico del Friuli è ospitato a Palazzo Giacomelli, palazzo il cui nucleo iniziale risale al XVI secolo. L’edificio prende il nome dal suo ultimo proprietario Sante Giacomelli che lo acquistò nel 1900 anche se lungo i secoli ebbe diversi facoltosi possessori che ampliarono e intervennero sullo stabile.
Casa Cavazzini is home to the Museo di Arte Moderna e Contemporanea (Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art) of Udine. Of particular interest among its collections are works by the brothers Dino, Mirko and Afro Basaldella of Udine, who rank among the greatest artists of the 20th century in Italy.
The first stop of the route is Udine, considered the city of Tiepolo (18th Century), given that it preserves many of his own masterpieces, and those by his son Giandomenico; some of these include the frescoes that decorate the Duomo, the Archbishop's Palace and the Oratory della Purità.
The Parco Botanico Friulano "Cormor", also known as the Parco del Cormor or Parco Botanico del Cormôr, is a municipal park and botanical garden located in Udine, Friuli, Italy. The park was created 1990-93 by architect Roberto Pirzio Biroli on a neglected site northwest of the town center.
<p><b>Stadio Moretti</b> was a multi-use <a href="/pages/w/112151772129899">stadium</a> in <a href="/pages/w/107420439287270">Udine</a>, <a href="/pages/w/113396132004585">Italy</a>. It was initially used as the stadium of <a href="/pages/w/103751919663271">Udinese Calcio</a> matches.
Udine Il complesso di Villa Rizzani, edificato tra la fine del XIX e gli inizi del XX secolo, sorge su un’altura dominante l’abitato di Pagnacco. Il parco all’inglese si compone di un’ampia area prativa centrale circondata da boschetti di conifere e latifoglie, attraversati da vialetti ad anello.
The roots of the Pighin family are firm in the land they love. History and a life of toil and hard work forged the character of steel of the Friulian people. Friuli is a borderland region. In this wine growing region the Pighin Family own over 200 hectares of vineyards across the Collio and Friuli Grave appellations.
The church dedicated to St. Mary of the Castle is probably the oldest in Udine, judging from extant fragments dating back to the Lombard era. It lost its parish status in 1263, when it was annexed to the larger parish of Saint'Odorico (now the Cathedral).
Aquileia is an ancient Roman city in Italy, at the head of the Adriatic at the edge of the lagoons, about 10 kilometres from the sea, on the river Natiso, the course of which has changed somewhat since Roman times. Today, the city is small, but it was large and prominent in Antiquity as one of the world's largest cities with a population of 100,000 in the 2nd century AD. and is one of the main archeological sites of Northern Italy.
The Castle of Udine (Italian: Castello di Udine) is a historical building in Udine, northern Italy, built upon a hill in the historical center of the city (138 meters under the sea level). History. The Castle hill is made of drift accumulating during centuries.