From Foligno to Trevi

From Valfabbrica to Foligno about 50 minutes by car.

Foligno is situated in the plains, on the banks of Topino.
The most significant places of the visit in Foligno are Piazza della Repubblica and the adjacent Piazza Duomo. On the first facing the Cathedral, the Town Hall, Palazzo Pretorio, Palazzo Orfini and the Palazzo Trinci, which preserves traces some halls significantly frescoed. Do not miss the Roman church of Santa Maria and Infraportas, only 6 km from the centre, the abbey of Sassovivo, famous for the Romanesque cloister of two hundred on 128 slender columns and the mystical atmosphere that you breathe in environments Benedictine.
From Foligno in a northerly direction, following the signs to Assisi we arrive in short to Spello (see itinerary dedicated), down from here along the roads entering the plain folignate you can visit Bevagna and then Castle Gualdo Cattaneo. Bevagna is an ancient Roman city of origin where absolutely not to be missed are, in Piazza Silvestri,
Palazzo dei Consoli and Gothic churches of St. Sylvester and St. Michael the Archangel, and the fountain that completes the scenery is a remake of nineteenth-time while still today are well-preserved medieval doors of the town. The old and strong castle of Gualdo Cattaneo keeps inside a crypt century and the church of St. Augustine holds some significant paintings of the XIV and XV century. Climb then returning to Foligno on a road from which one can enjoy beautiful landscapes up to Montefalco. To visit within its ancient walls: the Palazzo Comunale, the Church of St. Augustine, the Roman church of St. Bartholomew with the nearby Port of Frederick II, the church of Santa Chiara and the fourteenth-century of St. Francis, who hosts the Pinacoteca which includes works by Perugino and Gozzoli, and after having admired the Convent of San Fortunato, who remains just outside the town, descend again in the plains and then go back beyond the valley towards Trevi, medieval village that sits on a hill overlooking the plain. To visit, the church of San Emiliano twelfth century with three apses adorned with pilasters and arches on the shelves, the gothic church of San Francis, the art gallery of the town hall which houses a Madonna by Pinturicchio. Just outside the country can be reached in brief Our Lady of Tears with a beautiful Perugino’s fresco and the Romanesque church of San Pietro a Bovara.

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