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Archaeology: at Barcolana Aquileia visits are on a SUP

SUP Trip among artifacts along canals. Deal with site foundation

05 October, 19:00
(ANSA) - TRIESTE, 05 OTT - Visiting the archaeological sites of Aquileia on a SUP is one of the initiatives launched as part of Barcolana 54, taking place in Trieste, which this year "is also archaeology." Through an agreement with the Aquileia Foundation, the sailing event promotes in this edition "one of the few archaeological sites in Italy that can be reached by sea through the canals of the lagoon, perhaps on a SUP." The initiative was presented today at the opening of the Barcolana Village. These days the Sailing Society of Barcola and Grignano has organized a SUP "raid" from Grado to Aquileia, along the canals, to explore the remains of one of the oldest ports in the Mediterranean Sea.

The guided tour, the promoters explained, was all nautical-themed and included the famous mosaics in the Basilica to the remains of the river port to the amphorae and navigation techniques of Roman times, recounted in the artifacts found in Aquileia. This alternative proposal - organizers explained - is dedicated to cruise passengers and sea enthusiasts, who will be able to find one more reason to moor In Grado on their return from the Barcolana. (ANSA).

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