ADVENTURES TO DISCOVER "THE KING OF THE ALPINE RIVERS" The Tagliamento river is the longest river in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The river has many unique historical and naturalistic peculiarities. Its singularity is also underlined by many other unique factors... Read more to find out! FLORA AND FAUNA This imposing waterway is considered the only one in the entire Alpine arc and one of the very few in Europe to preserve the original morphological structure with intertwined canals. The river flows freely in its gravel bed excavated over time, becoming the guardian of a practically unique river ecosystem and corridor of many migratory species. Scholars and students come from all over Europe and beyond to admire and analyze this marvelous stream that has suffered very little from human intervention and has been flowing undisturbed in its basin for millennia. For many, it is considered the most beautiful river in the world, with all the various species of plants, rocks and animals that can often only be found here. That's why we can well consider ... the King of the Alpine rivers! HISTORY The Tagliamento river was often also the protagonist of war events, the natural barrier created by it has always been the scene of battles and battles for the conquest of the opposite shore. Many bridges were built during the war, both during the First and Second World Wars and some of them are still visible "finds". For example, some still keep the holes to insert the explosive in case it was necessary to blow the bridge to avoid an invasion. Another feature is certainly the high presence along its entire length of forts and forts used as places of stalking, some more visible and preserved, such as the Fort of Chiusaforte, others almost abandoned, such as the fort of Precenicco.
ADVENTURES TO DISCOVER “THE KING OF THE ALPINE RIVERS” The Tagliamento river is the longest river in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. The