Itinerari nel Rojale

Rojale Sculpture Park

Today, Rojale is also known for contemporary art, particularly for stone sculptures created since 1998 at the annual International Sculpture Symposium on Stones of Friuli Venezia Giulia. This event is organized by the local Cultural Circle "Il Faro" and supported by the municipal administration.

The works produced during this significant event serve as a notable example of an open-air park-museum, presented to visitors through Itinerary 3.

The path

Itinerary 3 is a circular pedestrian route of approximately six kilometers that allows visitors to explore the most significant cluster of artworks created during the annual International Sculpture Symposium on Stones of Friuli Venezia Giulia.

The suggested starting point is the Reana del Rojale Town Hall park in Remugnano. There are over twenty sculptures placed around the municipal headquarters and in the civic center. This initial cluster alone provides an appreciation for the variety of styles and subjects chosen by artists to create their sculptures using different stones from Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Continuing north until reaching the Municipal Auditorium, one can extend the journey towards Valle and Vergnacco, where the Sculpture Park is located, serving as the venue for the annual sculpture symposium held every September for fifteen days.

On the return journey along the streets of the Vergnacco hamlet, additional sculptures can be seen until reaching Valle once again. From there, one can access a section of the cycle and pedestrian path "Passeggiata delle rogge" before returning to Remugnano. The final cluster of sculptures is located in Remugnano, completing the itinerary and returning to the starting point.

Itinerari nel Rojale

Duration: 1.5 hours
Length: 6 km
Difficulty: easy
To do: on foot

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The sculptures along the route

The works created for the annual International Symposium of Stone Sculpture of Friuli Venezia Giulia, organized in Rojale by the Cultural Circle The Lighthouse, constitute a great example of an open-air park-museum, which can be explored and learned about with Itinerary 3.

All the sculpures

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