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ASSISI

53 Km 

St. Francis's Basilica (begun in 1228, consecrated in 1253) consisting of two superimposed churches: the lower church with frescoes by Cimabue and Simone Martini and the crypt with the remains of St. Francis; the upper church with Giotto's frescoes (the life cycle of St. Francis) and Cimabue.
Palace of the Captain of the People (13th c.)
Palace of the Priors (1337)
Temple of Minerva (1st c. B.C.)
Cathedral of St. Rufino (1134-1228)
Principal Fortress (1367) St. Clare's Basilica (1257-65)
Churches of St. Damian, St. Mary of Rivotorto Hermitage of the Prisons Basilica of St. Mary of the Angels, site of the chapel of the Porziuncola where St. Francis died in 1226.

PERUGIA

73 Km 

Quì gli Etruschi hanno lasciato importanti segni dello loro arte e della loro civiltà. Ne sono testimonianza le mura di cinta etrusche. Da vedere anche la Porta d'Augusto e la Porta San Pietro, il palazzo dell'Università Vecchia, il Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo, il Palazzo dei Priori, la Cattedrale, la Fontana Maggiore, il complesso di San Francesco, l'Oratorio di San Bernardino, la Piazza Grande e la fortezza che racchiude il quartiere più vecchio. Nel capoluogo umbro un ha sede un importante museo archeologico, il Museo Archeologico Nazionale dell'Umbria. Ma Perugia è anche nota per i suoi Festivals internazionali come "Umbria Jazz" o "Eurochocolate".

SPELLO

48 Km 

Consular Gate (1st c. B.C.)
Tega Chapel (14th c.)
Church of St. Mary Major (11th - 13th c.) with frescoes by Pinturicchio
Piazza della Repubblica with fountain from the '500s
Venus's Gate, Urbica Gate
Roman amphitheatre
Villa Fidelia (16th c.)

SPOLETO

13 Km 

Ruins of the Roman theatre
Arch of Drusus (1st c.)
Palace of the Commune (13th - 14th c.)
Fortress (1359-70)
Palace of the Seigniory
Church of St. Mary of the Manna (1528)
Cathedral (12th c.)
Bridge of the Towers (12th - 14th c.)
Monastery of St. Agatha (15th - 16th c.)

MONTEFALCO

43 Km 

Piazza del Comune, surrounded by important noble residences
Palace of the Commune (1270)
Church of St. Mary in the Square (13th c.)
Church of St. Francis (14th c.) converted into the municipal art gallery in 1890
Churches of St. Augustine (1285) and St. Illuminata ('500)
Frederic II's Gate (1244)

GUBBIO

110 Km 

Palace of the Consuls (including the Civic Museum and the
municipal art gallery)
Palace of the Magistrates
Ducal Palace
Churches of St. Dominic, St. John the Baptist, St. Francis

MARMORE

45 Km 

Waterfalls of the same name, observation area

NORCIA

58 Km 

Piazza of St. Benedict with Cathedral (built in the '700s)
Palace of the Commune, inside which are ruins of a Roman house which, according to tradition, is the house of Sts. Benedict and Scholastica
Fortress or Little Castle (1554-63) built by Vignola
Little Temple (1354)

ORVIETO

70 Km 

Fortress of Albornoz (1390 ) destroyed by the Orvietans and rebuilt in 1450
Ruins of the Etruscan Temple of Belvedere (5th c. B.C.)
Well of St. Patrick (1528-1537)
Church of St. Stephen (13th c.)
Tower of the Moor (1316)
Palace of the Seven (14th c.)
Cathedral (1290-1500), one of the most significant creations of Italian Gothic architecture
Soliano Palace (1297-1304), housing the Museum of the Works of the Cathedral and the Emilio Greco Museum Tower of Mauritius (1349)
Faina Palace with the Museum of Civic Archaeology and the Faina Collection Papal Palace with the National Archaeological Museum Churches of St. Francis (1240) and St. Juvenal (1004)
Via Malabranca and Via della Cava Palace of the Commune and Palace of the People (1250)

CASTELLUCCIO

80 Km 

Plain of Castelluccio

CASCIA

66 Km 

St. Rita's Sanctuary
Porena Fortress

TODI

45 Km 

Palace of the Priors (1334-37)
Palace of the People (1214-28)
Palace of the Captain of the People (1290), housing the municipal art gallery and the Etruscan-Roman Museum
Cathedral of St. Mary of the Assumption
Church of St. Fortunato (1292)
Ruins of the Albornoz Fortress
Church of St. Charles with its splendid bell gable
New Town
Fountain of Scarnabecco (1241)
Church of St. Mary of the Consolation, one of the most illustrious works of the Renaissance in Umbria

ROMA

138 Km