In Italy's far north-eastern region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, the large town of San Vito al Tagliamento is home to nearly 14,000 residents. Though much of the ancient and Medieval infrastructure was destroyed by Allied bombing in World War Two, most of the town has since been rebuilt. For instance, Piazza del Popolo in the old town center is recently renovated and the new home to many touristic services. San Vito al Tagliamento has countless restaurants, bars and cafés that serve people during both the summer and winter seasons.
Three Medieval towers, still intact are named Scaramuccia, Grimana and Raimonda. At the base of these towers is the town's archaeological museum. For those who enjoy churches, the Madonna di Rosa is particularly spectacular for its 17th century altar paintings that survived German bombing during in the 1940's. Of course, nearby skiiing in the Alps is also a winter draw to San Vito al Tagliamento.
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