In the hundred years of the twentieth century Gorizia and its region witnessed countless changes. These are manifest in the architecture of the city’s buildings.First there was the Mitteleuropean period, showing the influence of the Otto Wagner school (Max Fabiani, Antonio Lasciac and Silvano Barich) that manifest in palazzos, churches and villas. Then came the immediate post First World War of the twenties during which Rationalism and Novecentismo interacted with the need for Reconstruction (Umberto Cuzzi and Angiolo Mazzoni). Lastly, later in the second half of the twentieth century, came noticeable influences from wider international culture.
ARCHITETTURA del Novecento
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L’itinerario, proposto dal Liceo Artistico "Max Fabiani", presenta le più significative testimonianze dell’architettura razionalista a Gorizia.
LUNGHEZZA: 5,2 Km 2H