Fior Di Pesco
Fior Di Pesco can trace its history to Udine, a city in northeastern Italy and between the Alps. The geological changes taking place in Lago Bordaglia over 145 million years ago transformed the limestone from Monte AVANZA into marbles with premium quality. The fantastic architectures created in renaissance period within Udine, Castello di Miramare, Lionello passage, Contarena café, San Giovanni gallery…all of these are classic projects accomplished with Fior Di Pesco. In particular, Belfry marked the most prominent project. On a terrace at the top of the tower are two great bronze figures called the Moors striking the hours on a bell. Below this is a fountain built in 1542. Below again, there is a statue completed in 18th century and some columns underpinning a winged lion of Venice.