Hotel Campoformido, Restaurants Campoformido, Bed and breakfast Campoformido, Holiday Farms Campoformido
- 21,98 sq. km
- 79 m a.s.l.
- Lg. Municipio, 9
- 33030 - Campoformido (UD)
- Basaldella, Bressa, Villa Primavera
The town is best renown as the venue where the 1797 Treaty between France and Austria was signed, sanctioning the end of the century-old history of the Republic of Venice and deeply modifying European borders. A modest building in Campoformido, with a walled plaque dedicated to ‘Napoleo Magnus’ near an old devotional fresco, is popularly said to have been the place where Napoleon and Austrian dignitaries met to sign the Treaty, which was actually signed at Villa Manin of Passariano. The church of S. Maria of Campoformido was built in 1908 by Girolamo D’Aronco, the same architect of the church of Immacolata Concezione (1877-1888) and bell tower (1907) at Bressa: both the building and interior fittings (altars, stalls, pulpit, Via Crucis, etc.) are Neo-Gothic. At Basaldella the small church of S. Sebastiano contains modest late 15th-century frescoes and the parish church of S. Martino has some good paintings of the 1600s and 1700s.