Piazza Capitolo di Aquileia

The “Domus and Palace Episcopal” area is the latest archaeological area of Aquileia to be opened for the public’s enjoyment. It uses a protective structure to allow visitors to see the overlaid floor levels of different eras, shown at various depths.
The area used to be a district of the Roman city that developed from the 1st century BC, but was successively rebuilt several times: in an exciting journey back through time, the visitor can then admire the structures of the domus of the first century AD, a great hall with an apse of the fourth century, and extensive mosaics and walls of the fifth-century bishop’s palace.


Elenco sedi

Our partners: