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  • The 4 faces of Cividale

    Cividale is so steeped in history that the visitor can actually feel it.

    The town has preserved the most important artistic and cultural features of its extremely wealthy past.

    A Roman, Longobard, Patriarchal and Veneto city these are the four different faces of Cividale, which visitors can still admire today in an unforgettable journey through time.

    Total time: total from around 2 hours and 30 minutes to 4 hours (possible visits to Monastery, to Christian museum and to National Archaeological Museum with entrance fees)

    Distance: cc. 3 kilometres

    Difficulty: low (the museums are accessible to people of limited mobility)

    Start: Piazza Paolo Diacono, 10 (Informacittà counter – Information and tourist centre)
    - Corso Mazzini, corso Paolino d’Aquileia, via Monastero Maggiore: Celtic Hypogeum (stairs present)
    - Corso Paolino d’Aquileia, Town hall building;
    - Piazza del Duomo: National Archaeological Museum;
    - Stretta Pozzo di Callisto (stairs present), via Monastero Maggiore: Monastery of Santa Maria in Valle e Longobard Temple,
    - via Monastero Maggiore, stretta Cornelio Gallo, via G.B. Candotti (stairs present): Christian Museum and Cathedral Treasure;
    - Piazza del Duomo: Duomo e Palazzo de Nordis;
    - Largo Boiani, Foro Giulio Cesare, piazza Dante: Arsenale Veneto Porta S.Pietro;
    - via Ristori, Piazza Paolo Diacono

    There is an alternative to this route without architectural barriers: The four faces of Cividale - without architectural barriers
  • Celtic Hypogeum

    Peculiar and interesting complex of artificial caves, made at different levels and reachable going up steep but striking flight of steps (IV- III cen. b.C)