Among the main monuments of Pordenone, there are the Town Hall with its clock tower and Gothic loggia; the cathedral with its impressive bell tower, is located in the historic center. Along Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, there are beautiful historic buildings including the Palazzo Mantica – Cattaneo and Palazzo Ricchieri, now the Civic Art Museum which contains valuable collections of paintings and wooden sculptures. In the rest of the province it is advisable to go to Porcia, to admire the castle and the valuable historical and religious buildings. Nearby is Villa Correr-Dolfin, one of the most important Venetian villas built in the region, it surrounded by a magnificent park. Other special villages are Valvasone, which has in the old town the medieval castle, valuable buildings with porches and the cathedral which houses the only surviving organ of the Venetian school of the sixteenth century; Sacile has palaces of the long Venetian domination; Sesto al Reghena, ancient village that has developed near the Abbey of Santa Maria in Sylvis, and where, not far there is the Fountain of Vincheredo, immersed in the beautiful surrounding landscape, one of the most celebrated literary places of Friuli. Known as the “city of mosaics”, Spilimbergo, is home of the Mosaic School of Friuli and is internationally renowned for the production of decorative mosaic; it has a particular old town with houses decorated with frescoes, the famous castle and the cathedral rich in works of art. Finally, Maniago, “the city of cutlery”, Polcenigo, dominated by its medieval fortress, Barcis and Andreis, where you can see examples of architecture typical mountain.