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Friuli's rolling vineyards at sunset

To celebrate the launch of The Space Between, which premiered at the 2016 Lavazza Italian Film Festival, festival sponsor Fiat cruised back to their Italian roots, collaborating with the film's director Ruth Borgobello. The journey saw Fiat visit the historic Friuli Venezia Giulia region in Italy, the setting of the film. Located just an hour's drive from Venice, the region boasts a richly diverse landscape that transverses the jagged Giulian Alps, the countryside peppered with vineyards and UNESCO-listed medieval towns Udine and Cividale. 

All photography by Marco Covi.


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A drive through Friuli

To celebrate the launch of The Space Between, which premiered at the 2016 Lavazza Italian Film Festival, festival sponsor Fiat cruised back to their Italian roots, collaborating with the film's director Ruth Borgobello. The journey saw Fiat visit the historic Friuli Venezia Giulia region in Italy, the setting of the film. Located just an hour's drive from Venice, the region boasts a richly diverse landscape that transverses the jagged Giulian Alps, the countryside peppered with vineyards and UNESCO-listed medieval towns Udine and Cividale. 

Photography by Marco Covi.

This article is presented by Fiat. 

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