The Museum of Natural History Zenari Silvia is located in the historic center of the city of Pordenone and is housed in the sixteenth century Palazzo Amalteo. The museum was founded in 1970 with the aim of bringing together the scientific and natural heritage of Naturalistic Silvia Zenari Company. The museum contains significant natural collections of local and national interest. The tour begins with a wonderful reconstruction of woolly mammoth more than three meters high. In the other rooms are housed artifacts of the animal world as insects, mammals and birds. Of great interest is the Theatrum Naturae: a real treasure trove of oddities with mysterious creatures and monstrous. Other items of interest are candid skeletons, colorful butterflies, exotic birds, minerals with a thousand origins and textures, gems and crystals. In the prehistoric section are reconstructions of two different moments of the Quaternary Italian: a diorama in which was faithfully rebuilt the camp of Homo erectus found in Isernia; a valuable painting and the impressive reconstructions of a mammoth and woolly rhinoceros. Interesting Rimoli collection, the most comprehensive collection of minerals of the Alpe Adria.