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Lands of Perugino, between arts and charme
  • 19/04/2020
  • Miriam
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Lands of Perugino, between arts and charme

On the borders of Umbria and Tuscany, closed between Lake Trasimeno, Mount Amiata and the Orvieto's Crete, there is a land made of gentle hills and timeless villages linked to the "Divine Painter": Pietro Vannucci, known as Perugino.

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Bevagna, the living history: the town, the market, the Gaite.
  • 23/03/2020
  • Miriam
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Bevagna, the living history: the town, the market, the Gaite.

One of the most beautiful Villages in Italy, Orange Flag for hospitality, land of gastronomic excellence such as Sagrantino and Extra Virgin Olive Oil: welcome to Bevagna.

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Valentine's Day, the patron saint of lovers: between history and tradition
  • 09/12/2019
  • Paola
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Valentine's Day, the patron saint of lovers: between history and tradition

The story of Valentine's Day in Terni, patron saint of lovers.

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Orvieto
  • 18/07/2018
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Orvieto

The origin of Orvieto dates back to very distant times, when the geological background that characterized the entire central part of the Italian peninsula was that of a large expanse of water that with the years saw parts of [...]

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San Gemini
  • 18/07/2018
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San Gemini

San Gemini is part of the circuit of the most beautiful villages in Italy; has always maintained the charm of the small medieval village and a walk through its narrow streets offers enchanting views where time seems to have stopped...

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Penna in Teverina
  • 06/07/2018
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Penna in Teverina

There're a several that testify to the existence of Roman appropriations in Penna in Teverina, but the first historical documents relating to the town date back to the fourteenth century.

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