Umbria and the Marches Sights

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Orvieto 3

Todi 2

Valnerina 3

Perugia 7

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Deruta 1

Gubbio 5

Spello 1

Assisi 5

Spoleto 5

The Marches 4

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Ascoli Piceno 1

Loreto 1

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Palazzo dei Consoli

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Gubbio's striking Piazza Grande is dominated by this medieval palazzo, attributed to a local architect known as Gattapone, who is still...

Palazzo dei Priori

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A series of elegant connected buildings, the palazzo serves as Perugia's city hall and houses three of the city's museums. The buildings...

Piano Grande

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A spectacular mountain plain 25 km (15 miles) to the northeast of the valley, Piano Grande is a hang glider's paradise and a wonderful...

Piazza del Popolo

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The heart of the town is the majestic Piazza del Popolo, dominated by the Gothic church of San Francesco and the Palazzo del Popolo,...

Piazza del Popolo

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Built above the Roman Forum, Piazza del Popolo is Todi's high point, a model of spatial harmony with stunning views onto the surrounding...

Ponte delle Torri

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Standing massive and graceful through the deep gorge that separates Spoleto from Monteluco, this 14th-century bridge is one of Umbria's...

Rocca Paolina

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A labyrinth of little streets, alleys, and arches, this underground city was originally part of a fortress built at the behest of Pope...

Santa Maria Maggiore

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The two great Umbrian artists hold sway in this 16th century basilica. Pinturicchio's vivid frescoes in the Cappella Baglioni (1501)...

Santa Maria Sopra Minerva

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Dating from the time of the Emperor Augustus (27 BC–AD 14), this structure was originally dedicated to the Roman goddess of wisdom,...

Teatro Romano

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The Romans who colonized the city in 241 BC constructed this small theater in the 1st century AD; for centuries afterward it was used...

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