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The town of NORCIA
Commune in the province of Perugia, 4.589 inhabitants. Agricultural centre with cattle and swine breeding. Monuments: Palazzo Comunale, Chiesa di S.Benedetto.
The town of CASCIA
       
Commune in the province of Perugia, located on the S.Agostino hill, religious site (S.Rita) 3.220 inhabitants. Monuments: Sanctuary of S.Rita of Cascia.
The city of TERNI
   
Formerly a Roman municipium, in the Middle Ages fought against Narni and Spoleto, in 1174 destroyed by order of Emperor Barbarossa, contested between the Empire and the Church, to which it belonged since 1420. 111.432 inhabitants (province: 2.122 sq.km, 231.876 inhabitants, 33 communes). Iron and steel, metallurgical and electrochemical Industries. Monumenti: Cathedral, Palazzo Spada, Chiesa di S.Salvatore.
The town of SPELLO
Commune in the province of Perugia with 7.688 inhabitants. Of medieval look with many Roman towers and town walls. Monuments: Porta Consolare, S.Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Comunale.
The town of TREVI
Commune in the province of Perugia with 6.987 inhabitants. In Roman times very important thanks to its location on the Via Flaminia. Monuments: Palazzo Comunale, Chiesa di S.Emiliano, Palazzo della Porta.
 
 
 
 
Tourism in Umbria - Italy         
Extension: 8.456 kmq Inhabitants: 820.316 Chief-town: Perugia, Major towns: Terni, Spoleto, Todi, Assisi, Foligno, Gubbio, Orvieto, Citta' di Castello, Norcia, Campello sul Clitunno, Cascia, Trevi, Spello, Tuoro sul Trasimeno, Passignano sul Trasimeno, Umbertide. Climate: Average max. 20°C min. 6°C Language: Italian Illiteracy: 3,2% Major religions: Next to 100% Roman Catholic. Small minorities of Protestants, Orthodox and Muslims. Currency: Euro

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The city of PERUGIA - Chief-town of the Region of Umbria
Founded by the Etruscans, the town was one of their most important centres, subdued to Rome in 295 B.C. and sieged and burnt by Octavian in 41-40 B.C.. Province: 6.334 sq.km, 59 communes, inhabitants 597.020. Hilly and mountainous territory, crossed by the valley of the river Tiber. Developed agriculture (wheat, vines, olives, tobacco, vegetables) and industry (food, printing, ceramics). Monuments: Palazzo dei Priori, Rocca Paolina, Cathedral, Fontana Maggiore, National Archaeological Museum of Umbria).
The TRASIMENE LAKE
It is the fourth largest lake of Italy, (128 sq.km -max. depth 6 m). The lake is fed by small torrents and through an artificial subterranean emissary dating back to the Roman period is linked to the Tiber basin. It has three islands: Isola Maggiore, Isola Minore and Isola Polvese. The main towns are Castiglione del Lago, Passignano sul Trasimeno, Monte del Lago, Tuoro sul Trasimeno, S.Feliciano, S.Arcangelo. Its banks are famous in history, because the Roman consul Cauis Flaminius had been defeated there by Hannibal.
The town of ASSISI
Located on the slopes of Mount Subasio, with 22.984 inhabitants, formerly Roman colony and later imperial municipium, feud of the dukes of Spoleto, since 1129 Ghibelline free city, in the 13th century, it subdued to the Church. Tourism is its major resource. Hotels in Assisi.
Monuments: Basilica of St. Francis (upper and lower church), Basilica of St. Clare, Pinacoteca Comunale, Archaeological Museum with Etruscan and Roman remains.
The town of SPOLETO
Touristical and cultural centre of international fame. Since 241 B.C. a Roman colony, it was occupied by the Goths and later taken by the Longobards. Taken in 1324 by the free town of Perugia, it then passed under the control of the Church State. Inhabitants 40.458. Monuments: Cathedral, Rocca di Albornoz, Chiesa di S.Pietro, Pinacoteca Comunale, Monte Luco.
The town of ORVIETO

Commune in the province of Terni, 21.788 inhabitants. Known for its famous white wine, handicraft (ceramics) and tourism. Of Etruscan origin, free town since the 12th century, it got under the Church in 1370. Monuments: Cathedral, Pozzo di S.Patrizio, Chiesa di S.Andrea, Museo dell' Opera del Duomo.
The city of Gubbio

Comune di Perugia alle pendici del monte Ingino, centro artigiano di rilievo (ceramica, tipografia, ferro battuto).
30.476 abitanti. Monumenti: Palazzo dei Consoli, piazza Grande, Palazzo del Podesta', museo e pinacoteca Comunale, palazzo Ducale.
The town of TODI

Commune in the province of Perugia, founded by the Umbrians, 15.907 inhabitants. Monuments: S.Maria della Consolazione, Palazzo dei Priori, Cathedral of S. Maria Annunziata, Palazzo del Capitano.
The town of FOLIGNO

Industrial centre, commune in the province of Perugia, 52.776 inhabitants. Founded by the Umbrians, important station near the Via Flaminia. Monuments: Cathedral, Palazzo Trinci, Chiesa di Santa Maria.
The town of CAMPELLO SUL CLITUNNO

Commune in the province of Perugia, 2.232 inhabitants. Famous are the springs (of the river Clitunno) and the Temple of Clitunno (a church dedicated to S.Salvatore). Monuments: Castle of Rovero, Chiesa della Bianca.
The town of CITTA' DI CASTELLO

Commune in the province of Perugia, 35.234 inhabitants. Tradizional ceramic and polygrafic industries. Monuments: Chiesa di S.M. Maggiore, Palazzo Comunale, Pinacoteca Comunale.

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