Hotel Sedegliano, Restaurants Sedegliano, Bed and breakfast Sedegliano, Holiday Farms Sedegliano
- 50,59 sq. km
- 70 m a.s.l.
- Via XXIV Maggio, 2
- 33039 - Sedegliano (UD)
- Coderno, Gradisca, Grions, Rivis, SanLoren zo, Turrida
Several findings of ancient settlements have been brought to light in the area of Sedegliano, in particular the protohistoric castelliere of Gradisca, one of the largest in Friuli, which was made into a playing field in the 1900s! The parish church of S. Antonio Abate is complemented with a tall brick bell tower by Girolamo D’Aronco (1896-1901) and contains frescoes by Lorenzo Bianchini (1885) and a good altarpiece by Pomponio Amalteo (1553) with Enthroned Virgin with Child and Saints. Lovely are also the frescoes (unfortunately damaged) by Giampietro da Spilimbergo in the small church of SS. Pietro and Paolo in the cemetery; lovelier yet are those in the small church of S. Giovanni Battista at Redenzicco showing a peculiar procession (by an unknown 16th-century painter) of the town’s notable which offers a lively portrait of fashionable clothes and hats. In the rural village of Gradisca, Palazzo Venier has 18th-century frescoes, and the parish church has a nice portal by Pilacorte (1515) and a fresco by Gian Carlo Bevilacqua (1839).