Piazza Cardinal Costantini 1 - 30023 Concordia Sagittaria (VE)
Tel. 0421 275677
Web site http://www.comune.concordiasagittaria.ve.it/iulia/percorsi-archeologici
The archaeological area at the Cathedral of Concordia mainly displays the remains of the early Christian compound that was built from IV century A.D. onwards along the main east-west city road, the so-called “decumanus maximus”, in its extra-urban area. It also partially displays few aspects of the previous Roman phase of the settlement, particularly part of a road and of some commercial buildings.
History of research
The excavations were carried out between 1950 and 1970 by the University of Padova. They were started again in 1983 by the General Direction for Archaeological Heritage in the Veneto region and they continued until 1999.
I B.C. (end) - VI A.D.
Admission: Negli orari di apertura; Visitability: Interno; Ticket: No;
School access
Disabled access Lift to access the site
Opening Times
Mon-Sun8.30 - 19.30
Closed: Christmas, New Year’s, I May

Recommended tour time (minutes): 80
Services for visitors
Educational Services
Guide a stampa
Information boards
Multilingual ads: Inglese
Guided Tours
For any information about guided tours please call tel. 0421 275677.
Educational activities
Teaching activities by the association "Studio D Friuli" (Francesca Benvegnù, tel. 3463257139; e-mail: studiodfriuli@alice.it).
Library and documentation centre