Grado is not just a holiday resort. In fact, it is a historical and artistic centre of great interest,whose archaeological discoveries are being increasingly appreciated.Its intricate and remote historical events are linked with the history of Aquileia from the time of the first barbarian invasions, and with the history of the Republic of Venice. At the fallof the Republic of Venice, Grado shared the lots of the Habsburg counties of Gorizia and Gradisca and at the fall of the Austrian Empire, its history was joined to the most recent Italian history.

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