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Renaissance Castle tastings

A series of meetings as part of the exhibition "canteens and Renaissance banquets in Udine" to learn about and taste what was being served on the Board of the great noble families and other towns Savorgnan Renaissance. Each meeting begins with a guided tour of the exhibition, in order to know the habits of the kitchen and the table between ' 400 and ' 500. Subsequently, at the House of the Peasantry, theexpert on ancient recipes Elisa Pallavicini will explain how you played a Renaissance banquet and will introduce the dish to be proposed from time to time for tasting. The dishes, drawn from the recipe book "De honest voluptate et valetudine" by Bartolomeo Platina (1480), are selected from the same Elisa Pallavicini and manufactured by chef Roberto Gruden, connoisseur of historical cookbooks, with ingredients and methods of preparation of the Renaissance, to offer a taste as close as possible to the tastes of the time. Will accompany the taste a glass of wine, which is also responsive to wine taste of the time.The courses, in the four meetings scheduled, would make up an entire Renaissance menu "meatless"; at the end of every taste visitors will be also supplied the recipe Renaissance dish. Date: 27 may; 3 and 17 JuneBeginning of the route 18 hours at the ticket office of CastleReservations required (within the previous Thursday)Info and reservations: tel. 04321273749 (Monday-Tuesday-Thursday, 9-13 and 14-17; Wed-Fri 9-13)This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. document.getElementById('cloak45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783').innerHTML = ''; var prefix = 'ma' + 'il' + 'to'; var path = 'hr' + 'ef' + '='; var addy45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783 = 'didatticamusei' + '@'; addy45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783 = addy45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783 + 'comune' + '.' + 'udine' + '.' + 'it'; var addy_text45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783 = 'didatticamusei' + '@' + 'comune' + '.' + 'udine' + '.' + 'it';document.getElementById('cloak45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783').innerHTML += ''+addy_text45ea62be166e945371c2f81853474783+''; Groups and associations can apply for and book tours with tastings in other dates.It ' also provided a path aimed at schools specalistiche the sector in which an operator, a graduate of the Institute take the students through the guided Stringher targeted, the exhibition and tasting, assisted by teachers who, at the time of booking, will agree on the tasting by choosing among those offered the dish sees fit in relation to the curriculum.

August Public Holiday Extended Opening Times (Castle Museums)

Monday August 15, 10:30 to 19:00  The Castle Museums will be extending their opening hours over the public holiday weekend to provide those choosing to remain in Udine over Ferragosto an extra chance to discover the city’s Museo del Risorgimento, Galleria d'Arte Antica (Gallery of Antique Art), Museo della Fotografia and the Museo Archeologico, which is currently hosting the temporary exhibition Mense e Banchetti nella Udine Rinascimentale (Dining and Banqueting in Renaissance Udine).

Dining and banqueting in Udine during the Renaissance

November 12, 2015 - September 18, 2016 In the same year of the Italian Expo in Milan, which was dedicated to the theme "Feeding the planet, energy for life", the Udine Museo Archeologico, in partnership with the Soprintendenza Archeologia del Friuli Venezia Giulia, launched an exhibition focusing on the day-to-day lives of the Friulian aristocracy during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, most specifically with regards their dining habits.

From the ceramist's hands

Copertina FB con date

12th May 2019 - 31th May 2020

The itinerary documents the forms, decorations and functions of the terracotta materials during the Roman Age. They are most relevant indicators of the lifestyle, and the commercial and cultural relations of the Roman popolations in Friuli.

A laboratory exhibition, with multisensory workstations and tables to experiment end manipulate materials, all designed according to the indications provided by the Italian legislation in terms of accessibility and by the guidelines of the European museum accessibility project COME-IN!



Ceramista / Ceramist from Ranofilms on Vimeo.



The Roman occupation of the territory of Aquileia - Road network - Centuriation

sub. ENG from Ranofilms on Vimeo.


Necropolises - Grave goods

sub. ENG from Ranofilms on Vimeo.


Kilns - Analysing the terracotta materials

sub. ENG from Ranofilms on Vimeo.