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Acquedotto romano e Antiquarium - Trieste (TS)

Acqueduct, section of the pipes

Ruins of a Roman aqueduct and archaeological finds extracted in the areas surrounding a former Roman villa are kept in the Antiquarium located in Borgo San Sergio.

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Antiquarium Cantianense - San Canzian d'Isonzo (GO)

Togaed statue

Roman and early Christian archaeological finds on show illustrating the history of San Canziano d'Isonzo, ancient town located on the road connecting Trieste to the East.

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Antiquarium di Tesis - Vivaro (PN)

Rim for cart wheel

A museum displaying archaeological finds discovered under rural villas and necropolis in an area called Vivaro that can be traced back to a period ranging from the Bronze Age, through the Roman age and up to the High Middle Age.

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Antiquarium di Via Donota - Trieste (TS)

Vase fragments

An exhibition set up in a medieval tower gathering archaeological finds extracted from a Roman habitation of the I century a.C., eventually used as grave.

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Civico Museo Archeologico 'Iulium Carnicum' - Zuglio (UD)

Fresco fragment (Zuglio thermal baths)

Hosted in the XVI century Palazzo Tommasi Leschiutta, this museum gathers archaeological finds from different locations in the Carnia area from the pre-historical to the Middle Ages period.

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Lapidario del Duomo di Sant'Eufemia - Grado (GO)

Finds of Roman era

Hosted in the monumental complex of Sant'Eufemia's cathedral, ancient cathedral of the town of Grado, this museum gathers sarcophagus and other Roman and early Christian vestiges.

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Musei Provinciali di Gorizia - Collezione Archeologica - Gorizia (GO)

A collection of archaeological funds discovered in Gorizia and its surrounding areas presenting the social and cultural evolution of the city from the pre-historical era to the magnificent Renaissance period.

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Museo Archeologico del Friuli Occidentale - Pordenone (PN)

The Castello di Torre, legacy of the ancient Ragogna family based in the Friuli region, hosts a museum displaying a rich collection of archaeological finds from the pre-historical era to the Renaissance period.

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Museo Archeologico Medioevale - Attimis (UD)

Majesty from Partistagno

A museum recalling the ancient Land of the Nine Castles'customs and traditions: pieces of furniture, objects for daily use, clothing and weapons belonging to the inhabitants of Friuli Venezia Giulia's feudal castles.

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Museo Archeologico Nazionale - Aquileia (UD)

Head

The XIX century Villa Cassis Faraone exhibits a rich collections of archaeological finds testifying over seven centuries of history of the antique town of Aquileia, founded by the Romans in 181 b.C.

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