Caneva-Polcenico (PN) | Palu di Livenza - Santissima
The Palù di Livenza wetland lies at the foot of the Cansiglio plateau in a natural basin in the Pordenone area. The research directed by the Soprintendenza between 1981 and 1994 in Sectors 1 and 2 have highlighted archaeological materials and wooden features of a Neolithic pile-dwelling site. A vast part of the locality is protected and still unexplored, thus preserving important archaeological and palaeoenvironmental archives. The latest investigations, carried out at the Sector 3 since 2013, have revealed a well-preserved stratigraphic sequence with three main phases of pile-dwellings, attributed to diverse cultural groups of Recent and Late Neolithic.
Near to the river Livenza
Size of the site 13,47 ha / approx. 19 soccer pitches
Size of the bufferzone 86,72 ha / approx. 121 soccer pitches
Special Features & Highlights
Organic material perfectly preserved, remains of three superimposed Neolithic pile-dwelling villages in Sector 3.
Protection, research (archaeological, geomorphological and palaeoenvironmental investigations) and enhancement activities
Pile Dwellings up close
The wetland zone can be visited individually and by guided tour.
Museo Archeologico del Friuli Occidentale di Torre di Pordenone
via Vittorio Veneto, 19-21
IT-33170 - Pordenone
to the website
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, from 15:00 to 19:00