A small ditch crosses Udine, composing a few corners of great beauty. It seems that in medieval times there were six ditches, only remaining three.
Built in 1295 as part of the city walls, the tower of Santa Maria was reconstructed and it houses today the City Museum.
The longest inhabited nucleus of the city is the Castle hill. Today's castle was built after the 1511 earthquake because the old one was destroyed.
Between the Loggia and the Tower of the Clock stands several statues: Statue of Peace, Statue of Justice, Hercules and Cacon
It is one of the medieval gates to the town. You'll see it if you go from the railway station to the centre.
Resplendent with flags, Ionic columns and neo-classical facade the Kechler Palace fronts the Piazza XX Septembre.
Ah, the Loggia, the 18th century statues, the cobblestones, the old palaces. Piazza della Liberta has them all.
Castello di Udine - it is a pleasant walk getting to the castle from Piazza della Libertà. The castle is now an art gallery. The grounds at the top of the hill provides a lovely view of the city.