The Museum of the Risorgimento Udine is located in the historical center of Udine. The Museum is located on the ground floor in the west wing of the castle and offers a path that traces the local historical events. In particular, it is focusing the story from the Venetian State in 1797 until the years following the annexation of Friuli to Italy in 1866. The collections are made up of private donations and associations that include the Great War artifacts. From 2013 you can enjoy a special option with movies and media. The route is divided into five rooms including one dedicated to the history of Friulian patriots during the Garibaldi era. Of great interest is surely the second room with the exhibition which addresses the issues of Austrian rule, the annexation to the Kingdom of Italy, the age of the Restoration, the annexation to the province of Lombardo - Veneto. The tour continues with the motions of the uprisings of 1848 - 49. Among the artifacts on display stand out the administrative documents and the banner of Osoppo, testimonies most significant event of the insurrectionary events in Friuli. A significant section covers Satire and Censorship in Print. This room offers visitors a vision of old publications from the sciences Newspapers, letters and arts tradition of the Enlightenment, the Journals of pro-governmental character, the almanac, the popular catechisms, until the internal stamp of clubs and associations politically motivated . Also on display are the sheets with humorous satire caricatures, including a fun comic, and watercolor manuscript "The idle hours."