We entered the town passing through the rampart via one of the four entrances, stopped in for a coffee and wine after a stroll through the city and Piazza Grande. We were able to watch the procession of a wedding taking place in front of the church in the hexagonal large central square while enjoying the afternoon breeze. Since the city is off the beaten path for tourists parking is easy and crowds are non-existent.
Palmanova is a town and commune in northeastern Italy, close to the border with Slovenia. It is located 20 km from Udine, 28 km from Gorizia and 55 km from Trieste near the junction of the Autostrada Alpe-Adria and the Autostrada Venezia-Trieste.
Palmanova is a pearl of military architecture from the Habsburg monarchy. It's built in the shape of eight-pointed stars, similar to the city of Karlovac in Croatia. The town is entered through the rampart.
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