7 Sights in Udine, Italy (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Udine, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Udine, Italy.

List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Udine

1. Loggia del Lionello

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One of Udinese's oldest and most important historic buildings, the Leonello Tower, is built on the Piazza Liberty and is named after its builder, Nicolo Leonello. Featuring its majestic structure and elegant marble, the promenade has gradually become a symbol of the city. The two-story building features coverings made up of alternating pink and white stones. There are ten arches in the lower part of the main facade, and a central balcony and two side three windows in the upper part, which are decorated with stone crest reminiscent of Udine city. The overall style of this building is reminiscent of Venetian Gothic style. The upper part of the north side has an elaborate pentagonal shape, featuring a circular stone frame depicting religious moments such as good news, and bas-reliefs of evangelists. The main facade faces the hills of the castle, a group of houses on the left, Mercatovecchio Avenue on the right, and the back wall of the promenade. The latter is connected to the square by an elegant and wide staircase that occupies two central arches.

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2. Museo d'Arte Sacra del Duomo

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Museo d'Arte Sacra del Duomo Dorothy61n1 / CC BY-SA 3.0

The Cathedral Museum of Udine is a museum, housed in the baptistery of the cathedral of Udine, dedicated to the figure of Blessed Bertrand of San Genesio (1265-1350), considered one of the founding fathers of the city of Udine, having transported in tumultuous times various economic dicasteries from the ancient Lombard capital Cividale del Friuli, to Udine.

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3. Palazzo Antonini Maseri

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Palazzo Antonini also known as Palazzo Palladio and Palazzo Antonini-Maseri, is a palazzo in Udine, northern Italy. It was designed by Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio in the middle of the 16th century for the Antonini family, owner of various other palaces in Udine.

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4. Chiesa di San Francesco

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The church of San Francesco is one of the oldest religious buildings in Udine, now deconsecrated and used for temporary exhibitions. With the adjoining convent, now occupied by the Court, the church was the main seat of the Friars Minor in the city and throughout Friuli.

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5. Civici musei e gallerie di storia e arte

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The Civic Museums and Galleries of History and Art of Udine are a museum complex owned by the Municipality. Established in 1865 and opened to the public in 1866 at Palazzo Bartolini, they were transferred to the current location of the Castle in 1906.

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6. Parco Moretti

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Stadio Moretti was a multi-use stadium in Udine, Italy. It was initially used as the stadium of Udinese Calcio matches. It was replaced by Stadio Friuli in 1976. The capacity of the stadium was 25,000 spectators. It also hosted speedway events.

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7. Museo Diocesano e Gallerie del Tiepolo

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The Tiepolo Parish Museum and Gallery in Udine was created by Mons in 1963. Giuseppe Zafonato, Archbishop of Udine (1956-1972), with the aim of protecting and strengthening the cultural heritage of the Church in the archdiocese.

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