A hamlet of Prato Carnico, in the Udine area, Pesariis is a small village in the Val Pesarina, a valley connecting Cadore and Carnia. Pesariis is also known as the village of clocks; already in the early 18th century, it seems that there was a large production of clocks here. Since 1725, in fact, clocks intended for the civic and bell towers have been produced in this delightful village in the Pesarina Valley. A must-see for anyone coming to Pesariis is the Museum of Clockmaking in Pesariis, where a series of clocks are exhibited, bearing witness to the long tradition, initially artisan and later becoming industrial, that for centuries represented the valley's main economic activity. The exhibition features pendulum clocks from the 1700s, bell tower clocks, and examples of more recent watchmaking production. The open-air village also offers a true museum under the sky, with 12 monumental clocks.