The farmhouse pointed towards south develops in front of a courtyard.
The house has two particularities: the fogher that develops itself also externally with its high wood cowl that was the centre of the winter life and then we have the portego, an open room in front of the farmyard where the family used to meet to shell the corncob, remove the cocoon...
In evident position, on the wall in front of the covered part, there was a religious image painted by nomadic painters that traded their work in exchange for hospitality.
Inside the house there was a chimney, a credenza, a stone sink with a pail and a copper ladle in order to take fresh water to drink.
The stuffed chairs are made of cherry wood or acacia wood.
Every single object was useful for the everyday life.
Some life moments are recollected in some pages of Ippolito Nievo, Caterina Percoto, Giovannni Commisso lecterature. Here a part of the text “La mia casa di campagna”: «Un uomo preparava sotto il portico i badili, altri raggiustavano un carro, una donna lavava il suo bambino nella stalla...»
The figure shows the Camolli area.
In 1809 there was a battle between the Napoleonic troops commanded by Giovanni d’Asburgo. It is also shown the confluence of the two rivers Meschio and Livenza.
The presence of some roman settlements in the area seems to be confirmed by coin discovery of the imperial era in the nearest cities.
The city developed in the VII century on two islands on the Livenza river.
It is not known if the two islands are natural or not: on the greater one was built the Dom and the Castle instead, on the small one there were a fluvial port and it was the centre of the commerce.
In 1077 was established the Aquileia patriarchal state (Sacile was in it) that in 1900 will acquired from the Patriarch the civil laws and providing itself of the first municipal statutes of Friuli.in this period, Sacile was besieged by inhabitants from Treviso and Venice.
In 1420, Sacile and the entire Friuli joined to the Venice Republic. During the venetian period there was a development thanks to fluvial commerce and lot of Patriarchal families built their palaces along the river and its drains. In 1797, after the end of the Venetian Reign, Sacile lost its power on the nearest cities and came into economic crisis.
On the 3rd April 1809, in Camolli (near Sacile) there was a battle between Austrian troops and the French and Italian ones that were beat and constricted to retirement.
In the 1816 with the Restoration, Sacile joined to the Regno Lombardo-Veneto. In the 1855 reached the railway that helps to revive the economy.
Joining to the Italian Reign in 1866 appeared also the first industrial societies.
The earthquake of the 18th October 1936 caused serious damages to buildings and to the old town wall.