About the neighborhood
Narni is a typical village in Umbria, near Terni, and it is one of the most ancient cities of the region; indeed its origins date back to pre-Roman times. Today it is also famous for the book and movie series Narnia, which name was taken from the Roman name of Narni.
It is known that Narnia became a Municipium, gaining considerable importance both economically and politically, then the city became part of the territories of the Church and, during the exile of the Pope in Avignon, it managed to extend its power over neighboring territories.
Narni assumed great importance during the medieval and Renaissance period, when, thanks to the presence of important artists and writers, the main civil and religious buildings were built, which now enrich the history and beauty of the country.