SITO PALAFITTICOLO DI PALÙ DI LIVENZAIn the province of Pordenone, in the wetland and wetland that stretches between the towns of Caneva and Polchar in the area of the headwaters of the river Livenza, is the dwelling site of Palu di Livenza. It is a place frequented by the last hunter-gatherers during the final stage of the Paleolithic during the Late Glacial. The most intense and extensive attendance of Palu There was, however, during the final phase of the Neolithic, when a settlement grew in the wetland dweller. From the data collected in the area concerned in the 90s of last century it was possible to reconstruct at least three types of construction of the pile-dwelling structures, relating to settlement phases separate, chronologically dated between 4,500 and 3,800 BC about. The materials found and recovered are very numerous, and consist mainly of chipped stone tools, from fragments of pottery and wooden remains of the structures of the huts; Less common, but certificates are also wooden objects of daily use such as significant are a fragment of oar or paddle, a large vase, a fragment of the ax handle dipper and a work in progress. Interesting data paleobotanists which allowed the reconstruction of the Neolithic agricultural activities and the natural habitat of the village at the time due to the so-called mixed oak populated by deer, roe deer and wild boar. The site of Palu Livenza is definitely one of the most interesting Neolithic pile-dwelling sites in northern Italy. Thanks to the exceptional nature of the dating of the finds and the perfect state of preservation of the archaeological remains, the Palu was registered in 2011 in the list of UNESCO World Heritage to protect a wetland still well preserved, but that requires protection and enhancement adequate. The town of Pordenone, along with other similar settlements distributed in many wetland areas in the Alps (from France to Slovenia, also including Germany, Switzerland, Austria and 18 other Italian places), is part of the series “Prehistoric Pile Dwellings of the Alps “with which he has obtained registration in the list of UNESCO World Heritage.”