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Piana di Castelluccio di Norcia (Castelluccio di Norcia)
Ranked #1 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Parks; Valleys
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Ranked #2 of 401 attractions in Umbria
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Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
Owner description: This Basilica is a treasure trove of paintings by such masters as Simone Martini, Pietro Lorenzetti, Cimabue, Giotto and... more » Owner description: This Basilica is a treasure trove of paintings by such masters as Simone Martini, Pietro Lorenzetti, Cimabue, Giotto and many others. « less
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Ranked #3 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Museums
Owner description: Monday to friday:am 8,30-12,30 pm 3-6Saturday and sunday also available by appointment.The exclusive workshop is located in... more » Owner description: Monday to friday:am 8,30-12,30 pm 3-6Saturday and sunday also available by appointment.The exclusive workshop is located in the fascinating, deconsecrated Romanesque church of San Francesco delle Donne. « less
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Teatro della Concordia (Monte Castello di Vibio)
Ranked #4 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Theaters
Owner description: This marvellous theatre has only 99 seats shared between its boxes and stalls. It was finished in 1808, under the Napoleonic... more » Owner description: This marvellous theatre has only 99 seats shared between its boxes and stalls. It was finished in 1808, under the Napoleonic occupation, and was initiated by nine local families. In the second half of the 19th century it was decorated by Cesare Agretti and in 1892 by his son Luigi, only 14 at the time, who painted the ceiling and the vaults, the boxes and the meeting room. After its construction, Monte Castello di Vibio became a capital of a large territory and enjoyed a particularly vibrant period thanks to the ideals of brotherhood and equality introduced by the new French administration. The original building has been restored several times. The latest works, after a period of neglect during the 50’s and 60’s, were finished at the beginning of the 90’s. The interior of the theatre, considered “the smallest in the world”, is made entirely out of wood in the “Goldoniano” style and represents a rare example of its kind, offering a harmonious and well thought out use of space for scenery, for the actors and the audience. Plenty of shows take the place each year: prose, opera, classical and jazz concerts. The theatre is also available for meetings and civil weddings, and can be visited on Saturdays and Sundays, between 25th December and 6th January, and in July and August everyday « less
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Porziuncola (Assisi)
Ranked #5 of 401 attractions in Umbria
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Ranked #6 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
The retreat high in the mountains above Assisi where St. Francis frequently stayed to meditate and pray.
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Ranked #7 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Religious Sites; Churches/ Cathedrals; Historic Sites
Owner description: Orvieta's magnificent Duomo (cathedral) is considered one of the must-see churches in Italy for its stunning gold-and-mosaic... more » Owner description: Orvieta's magnificent Duomo (cathedral) is considered one of the must-see churches in Italy for its stunning gold-and-mosaic Gothic façade and magnificent frescoes by Luca Signorelli, which had a great influence on Michelangelo's work in the Sistine Chapel. « less
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San Damiano (Assisi)
Ranked #8 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites
The church of San Damiano was restored by St. Frances of Assisi and later served as home for St. Clare.
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Orvieto (Orvieto)
Ranked #9 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Civic Centers
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Ranked #10 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Religious Sites; Architectural Buildings
Owner description: This Basilica was started in 1569 to the designs of Galeazzo Alessi, and features a statue of the Madonna in bronze gilt by... more » Owner description: This Basilica was started in 1569 to the designs of Galeazzo Alessi, and features a statue of the Madonna in bronze gilt by G. Colasanti and an interior whose architectural style is Doric. « less
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Umbriacooks4u (Perugia)
Ranked #11 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Other
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Ranked #12 of 401 attractions in Umbria
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Ranked #13 of 401 attractions in Umbria
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Ranked #14 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Historic Sites; Bridges
Owner description: Built in 1350 AD to create an easy access road to Montelucco, this stately bridge is 264 feet high and 760 feet long, and... more » Owner description: Built in 1350 AD to create an easy access road to Montelucco, this stately bridge is 264 feet high and 760 feet long, and features nine tall pylons that separate its narrow graceful arches. « less
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Piazza Grande (Gubbio)
Ranked #15 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #16 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Art Museums
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Duomo Spoleto (Spoleto)
Ranked #17 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Religious Sites
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Ranked #18 of 401 attractions in Umbria
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Ranked #19 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Historic Sites; Religious Sites
Founded in the 10th century and rebuilt in 1463, this grand Gothic cathedral is a worthwhile stop when visiting Perugia.
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Ranked #20 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Santa Chiara (Assisi)
Ranked #21 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites
Built onto the original Chapel of St. George, this Cathedral is where St. Clare of Assisi was buried in a crypt in 1872.
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Ranked #22 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Waterfalls
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Rocca Paolina (Perugia)
Ranked #23 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Castles
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Ranked #24 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest
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Ranked #25 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals
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Ranked #26 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: Perugia's Exchange Guild, the home of the region's money changers, dates from the thirteenth-century and boasts some of... more » Owner description: Perugia's Exchange Guild, the home of the region's money changers, dates from the thirteenth-century and boasts some of Italy's best preserved Renaissance frescoes painted by Perugino. « less
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Ranked #27 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Museums
Owner description: Museo Laboratorio Moretti Caselli making and restoration of stained glass windows and of... more » Owner description: Museo Laboratorio Moretti Caselli making and restoration of stained glass windows and of works of artSince 1860, for five generations, a family of artists has been making painted and baked stained-glass windows in the historic centre of Perugia.The Moretti Caselli Studio is located in a fifteenth-century residence that once belonged to the Baglioni family.Visitors can plunge into history and the activity of the past by enjoying guided visits by appointment. « less
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Cucina della Terra (Castiglione del Lago)
Ranked #28 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Educational Sites
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Ranked #29 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Art Museums
Owner description: The Palazzo degli Oddi, then Clarelli Marini, today House Museum is located in the heart of the city of Perugia in the area... more » Owner description: The Palazzo degli Oddi, then Clarelli Marini, today House Museum is located in the heart of the city of Perugia in the area where there were already in the medieval era homes of the family, in one of the five most important streets leading to the main square. The palace was built around the middle of the sixteenth century and was inhabited until the middle of nineteenh century. The last owner, the Marchioness Barbara Marini Clarelli, painter, restorer and expert in local history, for testamentary disposition wanted it to be set up a foundation that would combine his name with that of her beloved husband, the famous art historian Francesco Santi in such a way that the Palace could be made accessible and could become a place of study for the history of degli Oddi family, one of the oldest Italian nobility that significantly had a significant influence on the history of Perugia during the Middle Ages. Today the House Museum still bears historical furnishings. « less
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Ranked #30 of 401 attractions in Umbria
Category: Educational Sites
Owner description: Year round meditation & silent retreats, where you can connect to the unique peace of Assisi. This spacious retreat home is... more » Owner description: Year round meditation & silent retreats, where you can connect to the unique peace of Assisi. This spacious retreat home is dedicated to cultivating inner peace and happiness. The Retreat Hermitage is set on 50 acres with hundreds of acres of farmland surrounding it. It is only 4km (2 miles) from the center town. « less
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