Cividale
Cividale
Cividale
Cividale
Cividale
Cividale

Cividale is the antique Roman city of Forum Julii, from which the name Friuli derives.  Traces have been found of the Pal eolith and Neolithic prehistoric eras. Much evidence of the Iron age and of the pale Venetian era is available upon which the Celtic era was built from the IV century B.C.
Much artistic evidence confirms the importance of the historical city of Cividale which, castling the banks of the Natisone river, has kept a noble and austere impression intact over the centuries, worthy of a city of great strategic importance.

Places to visit:

  • Celtic Hypogeum,
  • Oratorio of Santa Maria in Valle – Lombard temple
  • The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta
  • Christian Museum
  • Town Hall
  • Palazzo Provveditori
  • The National Archaeological museum
  • The Medieval house
  • The Devil’s bridge