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Discover 3 places to see in Palmanova

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CIVICO MUSEO STORICO

The civico museo storico arose at the behest of some private citizens, eager to preserve and witnessing their city's past, beginning in the early 1900s, with an extensive collection of documents and historical materials on the fortress of Palmanova. It was only in 1961 that was officially established the Municipal Museum of the city.
The Museum exhibits some maps that highlight the geopolitical situation of Friuli during the 16th century and the territory in which the fortress was built by Palm.
A series of reproductions and original French period plant, recently acquired, illustrate the evoluti


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MILITARY HISTORICAL MUSEUM

The military historical Museum of Palmanova, born with the purpose of revitalizing the fortress of Palmanova, is distributed on three locations: the Governor's Palace to arms, the Keep (top) Cividale and the port area of the fortifications.
In the Governor's Palace are exhibits of units that have tied their history with the city and the territory. The exhibition hall on presents documents, Keep artifacts, uniforms and weapons of the various armies and garrisons stationed in the fortress from the period of the Republic of Venice (1593). Divided by subject, the exhibits allow you to delve into to


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PORTA CIVIDALE-KEEP VENETO

The military historical Museum of Palmanova, born with the purpose of revitalizing the fortress of Palmanova, is distributed on three locations: the Governor's Palace to arms, the Keep (top) Cividale and the port area of the fortifications.

In the Governor's Palace are exhibits of units that have tied their history with the city and the territory. The exhibition hall on presents documents, Keep artifacts, uniforms and weapons of the various armies and garrisons stationed in the fortress from the period of the Republic of Venice (1593). Divided by subject, the exhibits allow you to delve into to


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