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Gubbio neighborhood

  1. Costacciaro

    ostacciaro Costacciaro is small village with ancient origins, lays at the top of a hill, and still preserves the ruines of a castle and the old town walls. The interest with this place lies mainlyin the caves of Monte Cucco. This mountain, just above the 1500 meters, at the top not only offers the meadows and wild woods, but also the coves, which are known since the 1500. In the '500s the town was under... Details
  2. Fossato di Vico

    Fossato di Vico

    {“translation”:[{“lang”:”it”,”content”:”{\”translation\”:[{\”lang\”:\”it\”,\”content\”:\”Fossato di Vico è un centro piccolo ma accogliente e piacevole. Esso si compone di due parti: una moderna lineare, pianeggiante, dislocata lungo la strada statale e l’altra arroccata sulla... Details

  3. Gualdo Tadino

    Gualdo Tadino Gualdo Tadino, famous for its ceramics industry and art, lays on Sant'Angelo hill dominated by the castel "Rocca Flea". Athough not much is known about the history of the town during ancient romans, it is quite sure that the roman Tadinum was an important center since it was along the Flaminia way.It was destroyed and robbed several times by the barbarians; and due to that it was rebuilt in 1180... Details
  4. Gubbio

    ubbio Miniguida per conoscere Gubbio, città affascinante e indimenticabile Adagiata alle falde del Monte Ingino, Gubbio è tra le più antiche città dell'Umbria, meravigliosamente conservatanei secoli e ricca di monumenti che testimoniano il suo glorioso passato.>> Vuoi visitare Gubbio? Consulta ora le offerte dei migliori hotel a GubbioTestimonianza delle sue antiche origini sono le Tavole... Details
  5. Scheggia e Pascelupo

    Scheggia e Pascelupo At Gubbio, the road that passes the Bottaccione gorge between two deep walls, goes up to the pass of Madonna della Cima, and goes down again to Scheggia, anciently named Schisa or also mutatio ad Hesis o ad Ensem, where today it remains just a ruine of the bridge (1789) called Botte d'Italia due to the fact that it offered refuge to the brigands which populated this area during the past.... Details
  6. Sigillo

    Sigillo Going up on the left side of the Chiascio valley one gets to Sigillo, agricultural center of ancient origins laying at the bottom of Monte Cucco. The village, having roman origins, (anciently Suillum), was destroyed at the beginning of the XIII century, and reconstructed and enlarged by Perugia on 1274. At the beginning of the XV century it was taken over by the papal state, keeping for long... Details
  7. Valfabbrica

    Valfabbrica On the east side of Chiscio river, Valfabbrica is a small Middle age village originally competed between Gubbio, Assisi e Perugia. Around mid XII century it was fortified with walls and towers, of which the traces can still be found in some parts. Remarkable, nearby, a parish which preserves at the inside marvelous frescoes of the umbrian school dating bact to the '300s. Details

Gubbio neighborhood: to see

  1. chiesa_caprignone
    Church of Caprignone
    Typology: Religione e Spiritualità 
    From the ruins of a church dating back to the end of the 11th century and a small pagan temple the Franciscans build a small convent and their temple.Today the church remains, while from the few...
  2. san_francesco_gualdo_tadino
    Church of St. Francis
    Typology: Religione e Spiritualità 
    The St. Francis church was built between the XII-XIV century in gothic style, with the door in a three-lobe arc and relized in one single nave with span and cross-vault.The curch reminds the ones...
  3. Teatro Comunale di Gubbio
    Municipal Theatre of Gubbio
    Typology: Teatri 
    The design of the City Theatre of Gubbio (formerly della Fama or Condominiale), inaugurated in 1738, was given to Maurizio Mattioli Lottici and John of Parma, and later in 1846 the...

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