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The State archive of Gorizia, established by Ministerial Decree of August 1, 1964, mostly from funds and offices based in courts and in the territory. Of these the oldest date back to the second half of the century. XVIII. Of the short period of French rule, which was part of Gorizia Illyrian Provinces (1809-1813), are only a few cards. With the restoration of Austrian rule, Gorizia had new administrative offices, whose funds, though damaged by the events of World War I, are kept in the State archive. There are also archives of other judicial offices, as well as some school funds. The period f
From the standpoint of historic-artistic Werdenberg Palace ranks among the buildings of monumental character. Its history is tied to that of the Jesuits, whose presence in Gorizia was requested, as in many centres of the Habsburg empire (Graz, Ljubljana), in spirit and in accordance with the rules and directives of the Council of Trent, especially to treat youth education, due to religious and spiritual crisis that involved at that time, the clergy and the local population , not indifferent to Lutheranism, which was spreading in Europe.
Their settlement in Gorizia in 1615, after the expulsion f
The Museum shows an interesting collection of historic-artistic heritage and archaeological remains, which bear witness to the history of the Castle as a historical residence of the counts of Gorizia, the city's origins to the 18th century. Very interesting also the educational section consists of plastic, philological reproductions of war machines in scale 1:1, sidearms (from 1271 to 1500) and medieval musical instruments.
The archaeological collection of Gorizia includes archaeological finds from excavations carried out in the Region between the second half of the 19th century and the seventies of the twentieth century.
Documents the cultural evolution of the territory of the present province of Gorizia and Isonzo Valley and the vipava, from the late stone age to the middle ages and Renaissance.
The first room displays artifacts from stone in the late Paleolithic and late Neolithic (2,500-3,000/450,000 BCE).
The second room houses the finds of the early history (2,500-2,000 BC), marked by the introduction of metal
Dedicated to Saint Hilary of Aquileia and Saint Tatian and elevated to the rank of Cathedral in 1752, the Cathedral is the main church building of Gorizia. Derives from a church, also dedicated to two Saints, probably built between the XIII and XIV centuries and later incorporated to the nearby Chapel of Sant'Acazio.
The palazzo Coronini Cronberg became seat of the Foundation at the behest of its last owner, count Guglielmo Coronini Cronberg (1905-1990), is a historic residence dating back to the late 16th century. Riding through fifteen rooms that make up the Museum, including the room where he died in 1836 and the last King of France Charles X of Bourbon, the visitor is transported back in time with charm, thanks to the warm and charming rooms with five and 17th century on the ground floor, the living rooms, sumptuous eighteenth to nineteenth century environments and Empire on the piano nobile. Ornaments
Intense is the exhibition in the Art Gallery "Mario Di Iorio", built in the basement of the library.
Painters, sculptors, engravers and photographers in the region exhibit their production, offering the occasional visitor and regular users of the library a pleasant and now familiar diversion, as well as a significant evidence of artistic activity.