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Cercivento rises between Valcalda and the But Valley, where the wind circles – curcum ventum, as the Latin goes. The town embraces some of the most beautiful and oldest residences of Carnia, like the Citars (1577), Tiridin (1634), Morassi (1690), Vezzi and Pitt houses. The most popular places of interest include the parish church of San Martino, the first written mentions of which date back to the early 14th century.

The town presents the project: “Cercivento: una bibbia a cielo aperto” (Cercivento: an open-air Bible). This comprises three themed, biblical paths (ten essential moments of salvation history, the way of Mary, the way of Mercy) and three works (the Universal Judgment, the Good Samaritan, and the Transfiguration) made of mosaic, photoceramics and paintings, and exhibited on the walls of private homes and public buildings. Sacred Scripture becomes a cultural journey and one of spiritual reflection, promoting the architectural beauties of this little village.


Photography by Ulderica Da Pozzo

Fondazione Luigi Bon
Regione Autonoma Friuli Venezia Giulia Comune Capofila Tolmezzo Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo Io Sono Friuli Venezia Giulia
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PrimaCassa BIM Comunità della Montagna della Carnia Carnia Industrial Park
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