The Cossar zone is part of one of the Aquileia’s southern blocks. The site features the remains of ...
Cossar Zone – Roman Houses and MosaicsArchaeological sites
Cossar Zone – Roman Houses and Mosaicsarchaeological sites
The archaeological site includes two stretches of the Late Roman defensive walls and three open area ...
Pasqualis Zone – Wall and MarketsArchaeological sites
Pasqualis Zone – Wall and Marketsarchaeological sites
The burial is the only part of the necropolis that can be visited in Aquileia. Excavations brought ...
Burial groundArchaeological sites
Burial groundarchaeological sites
The basilica of Aquileia dates back to the late 4th century a.d. Patriarch Poppo restructured and co ...
Basilica of Aquileia – Crypt of Frescoes and Excavations CryptSacral objects
Basilica of Aquileia – Crypt of Frescoes and Excavations Cryptsacral objects
The current font of the baptistery is hexagonal, but originally it was square on the outside and oct ...
The basilica complex was completed by two large symmetrical rectangular rooms, built alongside the b ...
Südhalle: South Room of the BaptisterySacral objects
Südhalle: South Room of the Baptisterysacral objects
The bell tower of Aquileia was built under Patriarch Poppo. It soars besides the Basilica with its 7 ...
Belltower of AquileiaSacral objects
Belltower of Aquileiasacral objects
The square was the core of the mediaeval town. It is delimited by the basilica, the baptistery and t ...
Capitoline SquarePublic squares and streets
Capitoline Squarepublic squares and streets
The square extends to the south of the basilica. Remains of a Roman public building (which served as ...
Patriarchate SquarePublic squares and streets
Patriarchate Squarepublic squares and streets
The forum was built at the core of the town, it represented the true heart of the Roman city. South ...
Roman Forum and Civil BasilicaArchaeological sites
Roman Forum and Civil Basilicaarchaeological sites
The river port is one of the best-preserved surviving Roman ports. Its structures had a length of ov ...
River PortArchaeological sites
River Portarchaeological sites
The Holy way stretches from the Basilica up to the river port. It was build in the 1930s and was mea ...
Via Sacra (Holy way)Archaeological sites
Via Sacra (Holy way)archaeological sites
The National Archaeological Museum was opened in Villa Cassis – Faraone, in 1882. The exhibits ran ...
National Archaeological Museum – Villa CassisMuseums and galleries
National Archaeological Museum – Villa Cassismuseums and galleries
The cemetery of the soldiers died during the First World War is bordered by the walls of the mediev ...
Heroes’ Cemetery and monument to the Unknown SoldiersSacral objects
Heroes’ Cemetery and monument to the Unknown Soldierssacral objects
The bridge is the only part that remains of the mediaeval defensive walls. It has the shape of a seg ...
Bridge of St FelixCity walls and forts
Bridge of St Felixcity walls and forts