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Sacile

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Name and address

Sacile

IT-33077 Sacile

Geodetic coordinates

45.954000 12.502700

Communication

Sacile
Sacile
Sacile, Palaces on Livenza river
Sacile, Palaces on Livenza river
Sacile, Piazza del Popolo
Sacile, Piazza del Popolo
Sacile, Via Garibaldi
Sacile, Via Garibaldi

Sacile (Venetian: Sathìl [saˈtsil]; Liventina: Sacìl; Western Friulian: Sacîl) is a town and comune in the province of Pordenone, in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region of north-east Italy. It is known as the "Garden of the Serenissima Wikipedia Icon" after the many palaces that were constructed along the river Livenza for the nobility of the Most Serene Republic of Venice.

History

Sacile developed in the seventh century as a strong-point on the route from Veneto to Friuli. A cathedral and a castle were built on the larger island, while the smaller had the port and commercial area.

The town became part of the Patriarchal State of Friuli on its creation in 1077; in 1190 the Patriarch conferred on it city rights. Sacile was the first city in Friuli to have a Communal Statute. The city was besieged on a number of occasions by troops of Venice and Treviso.

In 1420 Sacile, along with the rest of Friuli, was annexed by the Republic of Venice. Under Venetian rule the river trade expanded and many noble families built palaces on the banks of the Livenza.

The fall of the Republic in 1797 caused an economic crisis in Sacile. On 16 April 1809 French troops were defeated by the Austrians in the Battle of Sacile which took place in the nearby hamlet of Camolli. In 1815, under the terms of the Congress of Vienna, Sacile became part of the Kingdom of Lombardy-Venetia.

The coming of the railway in 1855 did much to restore the economic position of Sacile. In 1866 Sacile was annexed by the Kingdom of Italy and saw the beginnings of industrial activity.

During the First and Second World Wars the town was repeatedly bombarded on account of the strategic importance of the Venice–Udine railway. The earthquake of 18 October 1936 caused great damage to the town's buildings and to its ancient city walls.

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Wikipedia contributors, 'Sacile', Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 1 March 2020, 18:11 UTC, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sacile&oldid=943400568 [accessed 19 July 2020]

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Added on 19 Jul 2020,

last edited by »biroto-Redaktion« on 19 Jul 2020