Known in the world for St. Francis, the Santo Poverello, and as a symbol of peace. Symbols of this religious vocation of the city are the numerous churches that arise from the old mediaval houses all over the city. The town lies on the slopes of Mount Subasio, in a wonderful position over the Umbrian valley, between 300 and 100 metres high.

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Famous for the production of ceramics, which are manufactured objects and works of great beauty and importance, Deruta is certainly one of the villages of greater interest in Umbria; putting itself at the center of this beautiful region, it fully embodies the spirit and art, a real jewel of history and architectural beauty.

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Gualdo Cattaneo

A charming old town, with a peculiar medieval taste, where walking through its streets and admire its architectural beauty will have the spirit of a journey back in time, the discovery of old customs and history will be certainly interesting.

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Town in the province of Perugia is the third city of the Umbria region, the village is situated on the river valleys Topino, originally known as Timea, and boasts very ancient origins, the city appears to be built by the Umbrian, population who settled in the territory even before the Romans.

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Montefalco is a small town in the province of Perugia, placed on top of a hill that overlooks the Umbrian valley below: for this position, is also known as the balcony of Umbria.

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The town of Bevagna has pre-roman origins. Inhabited by the Umbrii, had Etruscans influences: the name probably derives from a Etruscan name, Mefana, which became Mevania in Latin. We have reports of Bevagna as early as 308 BC, when the Latin historian Livio cites Bevagna as the site of a battle between an Umbrian army and Romans.

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The town of Trevi, near Perugia is located in an environment of particular interest, characterized by the presence of the mountains Brunette and Serano, and vast areas of plains and hills, the country stands on the valleys of numerous rivers that populate the valleys below, such as the creek Clitunno, which is the greater.

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