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The Great War

In 2014 we will have the centenary of the First World War. During the Great War, Friuli Venezia Giulia was the scene of battles between the Italian and Austro-Hungarian armies that fought each for many months. The Isonzo and the Trieste Karst, the Julian Alps and the Pre-Alps, the Carnic Alps and the hills along…

Outside Day

Trieste, a city which is a bridge between Western Europe, South-Central and Eastern Europe, which blends the Mediterranean and Central European characters. The ideal stage to tell a variety of stories. The directors who come here for the first time are fascinated; those who already worked here, return. For large international productions it is the…

Commissioner Laurenti

Trieste, a place where literature permeates every corner of the city. Here, writers such as Italo Svevo, James Joyce, Umberto Saba, Virgilio Giotti, Scipio Slataper, Bobi (Roberto) Bazlen, Giani Stuparich, Carlo Stuparich, Silvio Benco lived and worked, attended the literary cafés and left their mark. Writers who breathed the atmosphere of multicultural Trieste (nineteenth-twentieth century), and…

Riding a bike

Vineyards in the midst of small villages and local products, a place where nature and taste come together: this is the Collio. This area in the province of Gorizia and near the Slovenian border is the place where fine wines are produced, as well as the ideal destination for a holiday marked only by the…

Magical creatures in Fvg

Legends are the heart of the identity of a people and Friuli Venezia Giulia has so many to tell you. Why not visit the places that are protagonists in numerous productions? Starting from Carnia, where "Paradise" was filmed in Sauris, do not annoy the Sbilfs, elves with a changing character. Also avoid the caves of…

From appetizer to dessert

Friuli Venezia Giulia is a land to be savoured ... following the film locations! If you loved Salvatores's film “Come Dio comanda” shot in Pordenone and Montereale Valcellina, it is impossible not to choose a typical appetizer from the Pordenone area: pitina, a salami of peasant origins born from the need to preserve meat during…

Fvg from coast to coast

The TV series “Il Silenzio dell'Acqua” follows police officers Luisa Ferrari and Andrea Baldini at grips with the unsolved mysteries in the fictional village of Castel Marciano. Castel Marciano in reality corresponds to Duino, Sistiana and Muggia, towns at the antipodes of Trieste and overlooking the sea. In fact, water is the narrative thread of…
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Film Locations in Friuli Venezia Giulia

FVG Film Locations is part of the “CINETURISMO. Tourist itineraries to discover the film locations in FVG”, a communication project for the promotion of tourism in the Friuli Venezia Giulia area, created with the contribution of the Autonomous Region of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Project leader:
Studio Sandrinelli srl
via Carducci 22, Trieste
fvgfilmlocations@gmail.com

Portal development
Divulgando srl
Viale Miramare 15, Trieste

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