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It is located at the foot of the Julian Alps, bordering Slovenia. It is the capital of the Province of Gorizia and a local center of tourism, industry, and commerce. Sincea twin town of Nova Gorica has developed on the other side of the modern-day Italian—Slovenian border. The entire region was subject to territorial dispute between Italy and Yugoslavia after World War II: after the new boundaries were established in and the old town was left to Italy, Nova Gorica was built on the Yugoslav side.
Since Maythese three towns are ed in a common trans-border metropolitan zone, administered by a t administration board. Restaurants in Gorizia. The purpose of this museum of First World is to represent the war events and their human and social influences.
After an introduction on the First World War, attention is focused on the events on the War front along the Isonzo: besides the weapons and arms there are also objects related to the daily life of the soldiers and a real life reconstruction of a trench. Then there is the documentation of the situation in Goriziaa real "trenchtown" and the description of the and events, until the armistice between Italy and Austria on the 3rd of November.
The First World War museum includes an area dedicated to General Armando Diaz, with an exhibition of documents, medals and other objects. My review concerns only the "War Museum", because I've only seen this. Although in my opinion it is not up - for museological quality - the similar Museums I've seen in Rovereto Italy and in Kobarid Sloveniait is still decent, and allows an adequate idea of some of the tragic aspects of World War I. On this basis, a feature of the museum is understandably the particular attention to the role of Gorizia into the war. Gorizia was then Austrian city, then one of the objectives of the Italian attacks.
Fought by opposing armies, it was largely destroyed and almost deserted by its inhabitants during the most dramatic events, only people remained in the city. Another distinguishing feature of the museum is the rare documentation photographic or otherwise on the attack in Sarajevowhich gave origin to the World War I, and on the "double funeral" in Trieste and Vienna of the victims, the Austrian Crown Prince Franz Ferdinand and his wife. It is a unique complex built in the form of a cruise liner. The Perla casino offers slot machines and 83 gaming tables. It is a fun place to be for all who just want to have fun and also for professional players who will find a Poker salon hosting the most important international poker tournaments.
Our guests can take part in different themed evenings, prize draws and prize games; our special feature is an outdoor casino intended also for smokers. Relax in bars and our Dolce Vita Caffe and visit our Perla Spa center offering a pool area, saunas, fitness studio, different body treatments and massages. Hotel guests have free entrance to the Perla and Park Casinospools and saunas in the Perla SPA center and can enjoy in most of our entertainment programs for free.
A casino hotel is never my first choice, but this one was pretty good. Big rooms with extra sitting room, so lo of space, really good value for money. The Spa and pool where also a big hit. Tip avoid this hotel on weekends, as it is overrun with old Italians blowing there pension money. Soca Fun Park is deed for entertainment of the whole family. Here you can lift yourself up into the tree crown and go on a journey trough the trees.
You will observe and experience the landscape from a totally different perspective. Our company Palsit d. We were able to test our psychophysical abilities high above the ground and socialising with eachother outside the office. The zip line was the final touch. The powerful castle is located on the top of the hill that dominates Gorizia.
You can see it from all over the town but especially from the main square. It was built during the twelfth century. The rooms retain the ancient medieval furnishings. From the walls the city's view is really gorgeous! This hidden gem in the outskirt of Gorizia is open only few months a year and it is a must see location!
The trees and flowers are absolutely beautiful and the park itself is very well kept. Free entrance a bonus. Palazzo Coronini Cronberg, which now houses the homonymous Foundation established by its last owner, Count Guglielmo Coronini Cronbergis a historic building dating back to the end of the sixteenth century. Walking through the fifteen exhibition rooms, among which the room where in the last King of France Charles X of Bourbon stayed and died, visitors are taken back in time, thanks to the warm and charming atmosphere of the rooms with sixteenth-century and seventeenth-century furnishings on the ground floor, to the sumptuous eighteenth-century sitting rooms, to the imperial rooms and to the nineteenth-century environments on the main floor.
Knick-knacks, silverware, Chinacrystalware, photographs, portraits and objects of everyday use re-create the atmosphere of a home where people really seem to live in, feeling the presence of the ancient owners in every room. The villa is surrounded by a wonderful five-hectare English-style park, in which you will see important archaeological finds from Aquileia, an elegant Art Nouveau small temple, rare and precious plants: ash trees, lindens, Himalayan cedars, exotic plants, such as palm trees, loquats, bamboos and a centuries-old cork-oak.
I didn't go inside the castle, but the garden was lovely. I really liked the palmtrees, and the grass,it was a very nice experience. Be warned though, there are many mosquitos so take something anti mosuito bites with you when you are planning to visit.
Bellissima nel suo interno con unica navata e stile barocco. Merita una deviazione con visita. Dal portale si osservi il Castello di Gorizia. Narrow road with some arcades and lines of Mediterranean houses keep the spirit of old times with few preserved local shops.
Now, just some are still open and more Chinese shops are now in the area. An island of old shops keeps interest of locals and rare visitors from Slovenia. Been to a of Duomo in the Friulli region this week, this is by far the least impressive. It's a nightmare of overwrought 18th century Gothic architecture, plastered with Puttis wherever you look.
The one redeeming feature is a lovely memorial plaque to The last Count of GoriziaLeopold, who died in This is hidden away in a more modern side chapel, a relic of the church on this site. Really not worth visiting this unless you're a big fan of Gothic architecture.
I've been here on a school trip and we've learned about the culture and the Synagogue itself. The interior looks very nice and would probably amaze you too. I'm not sure how you can get in though as whenever I walk past it, it seems to be closed - perhaps a reservation is required. Home Things To do Restaurants Countries.
Location: Gorizia. Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy. Top Attractions in Gorizia. Museo della Grande Guerra 2. Casino Perla 3. Soca Fun Park 4. Castello di Gorizia 5. Palazzo Coronini Cronberg 7. Chiesa di Sant'Ignazio 8. Via Rastello 9. Duomo di Gorizia Sinagoga Ebraica. Top Restaurants in Gorizia. Trattoria Da Gianni 2. Alla Luna 3. Ai Tre Soldi 5. Hendrick's 6. Al Cavallino 7. Ca di Pieri 8.
Pizza Connection 9. La Tarantella Al Ponte Del Calvario. Museo della Grande Guerra. Overall Ratings 4. Casino Perla. Overall Ratings 4 based on reviews. Soca Fun Park. Overall Ratings 5 based on 46 reviews. Castello di Gorizia. Reviewed By alescatta - GoriziaItaly The powerful castle is located on the top of the hill that dominates Gorizia.Looking for fun in Gorizia
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