La “Farie Geretti” è un piccolo gioiello storico: una bottega di fabbro, ultimo esempio di una ricca e lunga tradizione artigiana cividalese. Proprio dal padre Pietro, Antonio Geretti ereditò l’attività e imparò inizialmente l’arte di lavorare il metallo con creatività ed attenzione alla tradizione.
Il Baule del Diavolo has been held for several years now on the fourth Sunday of each month from 08.00 to 20.00 in Piazza del Duomo, Largo Boiani and Piazza Foro G. Cesare, with a potential capacity of around 120 stalls. One area is reserved exclusively for children.
Located on the top of a rocky hill, 618 meters above sea level, the sanctuary of the Madonna di Castelmonte (Madone di Mont in Friulian, Stara Gora – ancient mountain – in Slovenian) is one of the oldest Marian sanctuaries in Italy. Its origins date back to the first millennium of our era…
Walking through the streets of the city you will surely come across the Palazzo or Castello Creiger, it stands in via Nicolò Canussio, along the line marked by the second ring of the city walls from the Roman and late ancient times. On the site there was the Palazzo dei nobili Canussio.
Originally the ancient crib was set up in the laundry room of the Monastery, in 1936-1937 it was set up in the Church of San Giovanni Battista, occupying a large part of the left aisle. To achieve it, no project was carried out, but we relied on the imagination of the moment.
In the heart of the Natisone Valleys, there is a majestic tree of almost four centuries, 10 meters wide by 16 meters high: it is the Secular Chestnut of Canalaz, the largest in all of Friuli Venezia Giulia.
The Great War museum is set up in the disused railway station of Cividale, a historic building from 1886, this small museum collects relics, original weapons, uniforms and photographs of the armies operating on the Italian front during the First World War
If you are wondering what Cjarsons are, it is easy to say: they are a first course of the Carnic gastronomic tradition with a Central European flavor. With a surprising flavor, similar to ravioli, but different both in the filling and in the pasta ...
Carnival (PUST) has always been a festival of pagan origin, a rite that symbolizes the arrival of the new year, the transition from the cold of winter to the blossoming of spring. Pust, a word that in the local Slovenian dialect means "Joke" and directly assumes the meaning of "Carnival".