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The Fàrie is a workshop Geretti from Smith and fits in the tradition of family-run workshops in which the secrets of the craft were handed down from father to son. His father Peter, Antonio Geretti (Cividale del Friuli 1904-1982) inherits the business and learn the art of initially work with creativity and attention to technique, tradition and then hone his skills by attending the school of Arts and crafts Working society of mutual help and education of Cividale del Friuli.
The Fàrie preserves Geretti preparatory sketches, hammers, punches, chisels, clamps, anvils, plaster casts up to the stand
A short walk from via Major Monastery, at no. 2 is the Celtic Hypogeum. Consists of various rooms underground, carved into the rock with primordial technique, which grow at different levels, roughly shaped branches K.
A stairway leads into the Central Chamber, from which depart three corridors. There are niches in the walls and rough wooden pallets, but the greatest mystery is represented by three crude mascheroni.
The original function of this unique monument, which is not reflected in Friuli, is still an unresolved question. Apart from the fanciful interpretations mix of legend, it has been su
The Museum was founded in 1817 by the Earl Michele Valsassina della Torre (1757-1844), a scholar who led early in the 800, with subsidies of the Emperor of Austria Francis I, important excavated in Cividale and the territory. Today is headquartered in the Palazzo dei Provveditori Veneti, constructed in the 16th century by Andrea Palladio. The ground floor is located the lapidary with finds dating section from Roman times to the Renaissance age.
In the foreground, after a section regarding Julium Carnicum (Casiee), the section is dedicated to the Lombards, with important evidence of this civili
The Christian museum-founded in 1946, but renovated and expanded by the current Archpriest of the Cathedral, mons. Guido Son-in-law – hosts two important sections: the Lombard Heritage and the treasure of the Cathedral. The first is given by two famous monuments included in the UNESCO candidature: the altar of Ratchis (recently restored with the rediscovery of the original polychrome) and the baptistery of Callisto.
The treasure of the Cathedral has in absolutely unprecedented and coordinated form items of jewellery and liturgical use, pictorial works of art (the "Noli me tangere" by Pordenone
This is the most important and best preserved architectural testimony of Lombard times and is particularly important because it marks the coexistence of purely reasons Lombards (in friezes, for example) and a revival of classical models, creating a sort of uninterrupted continuity between the pompous classical art, art Carolingian art and Lombard (in which the shipyard workers often worked, as Lombard in Brescia) and Ottonian. The collection is part of the serial site "Longobards in Italy: the places of power", comprising seven places full of architectural testimonies, pictorial and sculptural
The artistic and historical re-enactment of the Ursuline Sisters, placed since its origins within the monastery of Santa Maria in Valle, consists of figurines with head and hands in wax and body in tow. The oral tradition gives the valuable work of folk crafts to the eighteenth century, but studies on the costumes belong to the second half of the 19th century. The statues, made in the silence of the cloister, revive people that animated the streets and markets of Cividale also through Friulian names with which the sisters had baptized them: Robert, Jamil, Checo, Min, Zef, Nadal, Tin, year's Ev