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Foligno umgebung

  1. Bevagna

    Bevagna Die alte Stadt Bevagna(ursprünglich Mevania in der römischen Zeit) liegt nicht weit von Foligno, im selben Tal, auf den Abhängen des Hügels von Montefalco, bei dem Fluss Timia.Das moderne Aussehen der Stadt ist Ergebnis der mittelelterlichen Architektur, obwohl die Hauptstrasse noch dem Römischen Decumano und der Strasse Via Flaminia entspricht, befindet sich das Stadtzentrum heute im... Details
  2. Foligno

    Foligno Foligno is one of the very few Umbrian cities built in the plain. It rises up on the banks of Topino river where the river erupts into the valley in an area where extensive drainage of the large swamplands took place, first during Roman times, then during the 15th and 16th centuries, and finally in the 19th century.Very probably, the most significant part of one's stay at Foligno is a visit to... Details
  3. Gualdo Cattaneo

    Gualdo Cattaneo The ancient and mighty castle of Gualdo Cattaneo rises up on the north-western fringe of a territory which was subject to the politics of the city of Spoleto and because of this, was fought over for a long period by the cities of Foligno and the already named Spoleto.Toponymical studies reveal that the name Gualdo is derived from the word "wald" meaning forest, and from this, one can imagine... Details
  4. Montefalco

    bellaumbria-montefalco-piazzaprincipale1 Montefalco, which is placed in a dominating position looking down on the valleys of the Topino and the Clitunno rivers, offers the viewer of a sweeping panorama of the Umbrian countryside.The buildings inside the ancient town walls which are definitely worth visiting are, without doubt, the Town Hall, which dates back to the 13th century, as does the church of St. Augustine, the Romanic church... Details
  5. Nocera Umbra

    Nocera Umbra Famed for its mineral waters, Nocera Umbra is a town with a very old appearance which has sprung up along the valley of the Topino river. Its buildings of major artistic value are without doubt the Cathedral and the church of St. Francis. The latter was built between the 14th and 15th centuries and is now the seat of the city's Pinacoteque, and contains, other than the splendid frescoes by... Details
  6. Sellano

    sellano (1) Sellano, situated in the valley of the stream Vigi, a right-hand tributary of the Nera river, was founded in around 84 B.C. by the Romans. Never having been strong enough to win its independence, but being of great stategic importance because of its geographic situation, its fate through the centuries was always linked to that of the neighbouring cities. In the following epocas, it therefore... Details
  7. Spello

    Spello Spello rises up between Assisi and Foligno, situated on a spur of the Subasio Mountain above a fertile and well-irrigated plain. Among the neighbouring cities, this is surely the one which preserves the major number of monuments testifying to the Roman era; for example, the town walls, which later became the foundations for the medieval walls, the ruins of the theater and the amphitheater, the... Details
  8. Trevi

    Trevi As with the the greater part of the medieval towns in this area, Trevi rises up on a hill dominating the plain where the river Clitunno flows, between Foligno and Spoleto.One of the most interesting artistic monuments for whoever visits this town is without doubt the Church of St. Emiliano of the 12th century, with three apses decorated with pilaster strips and small arches supported by... Details
  9. Valtopina

    Valtopina As seems evident from a toponymical analysis of its name, Valtopina, which, in ancient times was perhaps called "Cerqua", springs up along the valley of the Topino river between Foligno and Nocera Umbra. The first records which testify to the existence of a settlement go back to a few years before the year 1000; from then on, the town has shared the fate of the neighbouring townships, passing... Details

Foligno umgebung : sehenswuerdigkeiten

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    Kirche des Erzengels Michael
    Typologie: Religione e Spiritualità 
    The Church of St.Michael Arcangel, which was built in the 12th century only a few years later than the church of St. Sylvester shares its architects: Brunello and Ridolfo.The facade is very probably...
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    Foligno Kathedrale - Kathedrale von San Feliciano
    Typologie: Religione e Spiritualità 
    The Foligno Cathedral (or Cathedral of San Feliciano), built in the Romanic style during the 12th century, is the city's most important artistic monument; its main facade boasts multiple arches and...
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    St-Paul-Kirche in Foligno
    Typologie: Religione e Spiritualità 
    Symbol of the rebirth of the area after the earthquake of'97, bears the signature of architect Massimiliano Fuksas the new sacred monument inaugurated in Roccolo streer at Foligno in the spring of...
  4. Museo Archeologico di Foligno
    Archäologisches Museum von Foligno
    Typologie: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    In Piazza della Repubblica in Foligno, there's Palazzo Trinci a monumental complex consisting of a merger of houses and towers, now became the Museum of the cit. In the exhibition...
  5. Museo Civico di San Francesco a Montefalco
    Stadtmuseum des Hl. Franziskus
    Typologie: Musei e Gallerie Arte 
    The Museo Civico di Montefalco which is housed in the former Church of St. Francis, held its exhibition in the apse, which houses a cycle of frescoes by Benozzo Gozzoli, the...

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