What to see in Castelnovo del Friuli

Villages, Churches, Historical buildings and sites, Fountains, Museums and Nature

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Churches

Churches of Castelnovo

Among the numerous churches present in the villages of Castelnovo, in Paludea there is the church of San Carlo, first built from a seventeenth-century oratory,

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Historical Buildings and Sites

Praforte and the Ciaurlec

There are signs of rebirth among the ruins of the abandoned village of Praforte, which can be reached by footpath or by car. While most

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Historical Buildings and Sites

Villa Sulis

It is one of the few buildings in Castelnovo that survived the 1976 earthquake, albeit with some damage: a house with a double loggia in

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Churches

Church of Collemonaco

At Celante di Castelnovo, a steep path leads to the Church of Collemonaco, dedicated to San Daniele. The first construction dates back to the fourteenth

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Nature

The Geosito

The area, which is included among the sites of regional interest due to its particular geological characteristics, is located behind the hill of Oltrerugo, precisely

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Historical Buildings and Sites

Puntic

This is a small bridge over the Cosa, from which there is a splendid view of the white rock gorges of the torrent. Located between

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What to see "near" Castelnovo del Friuli

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La fâvria

The forge, fâvria, where the blacksmith made the iron tools needed for daily activities, can be visited in Via Roma,

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Clauzetto

Possible revival

There are many historical, cultural and environmental elements that still make the territory of Clauzetto rich: today they can be

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Pedemontana railway

Travelling along the Sacile-Gemona piedmont railway line allows you to cross very evocative landscapes, watercourses and environments, open to the plain and overlooking the foothills of the Alps.

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