Todi is friendly and quiet hilltop town, away from the main sites of Umbria but well worth the visit. It has charming atmosphere, and you can enjoy local specialties in one of the nearby restaurants (“Fiorfiore” is my personal favorite).
The church itself is standing at the place of an ancient Roman building and its classic Gothic structure originates from 11th century. Bishop Saint Fortunatus, to whom the church is dedicated, defended Todi during a Gothic siege in 6th century.
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