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Udine with 99,528 inhabitants is the chief town of the major of the Provinces of the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region.

Udine covers an area of 56.82 Km2, and it is located in a privileged geographic position, extending itself on the international way that links Italy to the north-east of Europe, bordering Austria and Slovenia. It is a medieval town, with a rich historical background and architectural heritage.

Udine is an important centre both for the industrial and the tertiary sector and it is considered a significant connecting point with Central and Eastern European Countries.

Despite its industrial development, it has preserved wide agricultural areas (a third of its administrative territory) and maintained a good balance between human settlements and local environmental assets.

Udine has a lively cultural life: its university attracts more than 15,000 students from all the country. It offers many events of great cultural attraction that makes it an appealing tourist destination. We can mention: "Friuli DOC", which is the most important gastronomic event in the region; the "Far East Film Festival", the unique international film festival in Europe dedicated to movies from Far East Asia.