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Chiesa di S. Francesco, Udine

(3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • The exhibition is structured in a simple and concise outlines the rise of Napoleon anke se in my opinion lacks a close examination of the events that led to the decline of the Napoleonic Empire with Russia and the defeat of Waterloo campaign and the subsequent exile. The guide was comprehensive and helpful answering the curiosity of visitors. Fascinating and well preserved some objects, beautiful images of various portraits and famous quotes following Emperor anke in French. I recommend having a visit before reading the plaques explaining the parts of the view and then make a guided tour that provides qualke pluses. Guided tour for only 3 € more value for money. Overall positive, pleasant and desirable.
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  • The hype for the arrival of this show is absolutely not matching the value of the same. The set up is indeed wasteful, confusing and disorganized in the description of historical events that have no continuity, are in fact filmed several times in the unwinding of exposure leading to great confusion in the visitors. The walls that create the exhibition areas make rough, coarse and somewhat reductive historical descriptions valid for perhaps a compendium middle school school. Resounding the error in the explanation of a vase painted with the effigy of Napoleon, defined as "self portrait of Napoleon" ... the renowned politician, great man of war as well as Emperor, was certainly not painter! The exhibition, entitled to Napoleon, we expect then an exhaustive and complete historical account of his birth, of which do not have the slightest hint. Very few exhibits are actually belonged to Bonaparte (a glass, some dishes and sheets of his lectures in English), the others are all belonged to the family or donated by him. I would also expect a feature article on the Treaty of Campo Formio, well-known historical took place precisely in Friuli, agreed and instead there is only a very brief mention. Finally, I don't recommend watching this show as described and for a price (€ 10.00 full fare) definitely inappropriate.
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  • We recently visited the careful and well set out special exhibition on the epic of the great Napoleon Bonaparte. 3 stars for several reasons: 1) hard to find in the web with ease and speed the opening of the exhibition. 1A) no reductions for ultra65enni and for students of history or diplomacy. 2) absence of a permanent website in more languages that describes the history of the Church and at the same time distinguished exhibitions. 3) poor tourist signs in town. 4) absence of signs intended to indicate the buildings where the meetings were held and Florio Antonini diplomats of 1797 and the statue of Liberty Square. In conclusion, in our opinion, was far more interesting to visit the distant exhibition "Napoleon and Campoformido > 1797. Weapons, diplomacy and Society in a region of Europe "of 1997 in Villa Manin di Passariano di Codroipo. The city administration should be praised to have brought the city an exhibition with an international reputation. An exhortation managed the outlines of things Tripadvisor towns and enter the correct opening.
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  • Beautiful church Deconsecrated and now used for exhibitions and cultural events. If we could only do so for all other churches!
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