What to see in Clauzetto

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

Clauzetto Pieve di San Martino
Churches

Pieve d’Asio

The first written documents referring to Clauzetto date back to the 12th century, with the foundation of the Pieve d’Asio, but the origins of the

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Nature

Possible revival

There are many historical, cultural and environmental elements that still make the territory of Clauzetto rich: today they can be re-launched in an innovative way,

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Church of St James
Churches

Church of St James

Located at the most panoramic point of Clauzetto, the Church of San Giacomo, built between the 13th and 14th centuries, can be reached by climbing

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Fontane
Fountains

Fountains

Until the arrival of water in the home, fountains were a central element in daily life: they were places of aggregation, where people took their

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Sentiero san Martino
Nature

Monte Corona landslide

Walking along the ancient via that connected Clauzetto and Vito d’Asio, part of the Monte Corona landslide that caused great devastation between these two villages

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What to see "near" Clauzetto

Vecchia Strada
Montereale Valcellina

The old Valcellina road

Until 1906, the Valcellina, with the municipalities of Andreis, Barcis, Claut, Cimolais and Erto, which in the 19th century had a total of ten thousand inhabitants, remained isolated due to the absence of roads.

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Castelnovo del Friuli

Puntic

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

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Castelnovo del Friuli

Church of Collemonaco

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

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Montereale Valcellina

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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