CividaleAt 61 Km from Grado. Cividale Cividale del Friuli, a city founded by the Romans with the name "Forum Iulii" from which the name of the Friuli region is derived, is notable as the "city of the Longobards" because it was in this city where this ancient people established their capital in north-eastern Italy, leaving behind numerous artistic treasures such as the Tempietto Longobardo (Longobard Temple) dating from the 8th century, the Baptistery of Callisto and the Ara di Ratchis (Altar of Ratchis), only to name a few. Today, Cividale presents itself to visitors as a tranquil city with in confoundable medieval character, and with its museums is an important touristic spot for the region.

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