Umbria and the Marches

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  • 1. Basilica della Santa Casa

    Loreto is famous for one of the best-loved shrines in the world: the Santuario della Santa Casa (House of the Virgin Mary), within the Basilica...Read More

  • 2. Basilica di San Francesco

    The basilica isn't one church but two: the Gothic church on the upper level, and the Romanesque church on the lower level. Work on this...Read More

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  • 3. Duomo di Orvieto

    Orvieto's stunning cathedral was built to commemorate the Miracle at Bolsena. In 1263, a young priest who questioned the miracle of transubstantiation (in which the...Read More

  • 4. Duomo di Spoleto

    The 12th-century Romanesque facade received a Renaissance face-lift with the addition of a loggia in a rosy pink stone, creating a stunning contrast in styles....Read More

  • 5. Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria

    The region's most comprehensive art gallery is housed on the fourth floor of the Palazzo dei Priori. The collection includes work by native artists—most notably...Read More

  • 6. Palazzo Collicola Arti Visive

    Spoleto’s compact but delightful modern art museum, housed in an 18th-century palace, features a fine collection of works from Italian contemporary artists, including renowned Spoleto...Read More

  • 7. Palazzo Ducale di Urbino

    The Palazzo Ducale holds a place of honor in the city. If the Renaissance was, ideally, a celebration of the nobility of man and his...Read More

  • 8. Piano Grande

    A spectacular mountain plain 25 km (15 miles) to the northeast of the valley, Piano Grande is a hang glider's paradise and a wonderful place...Read More

  • 9. Ponte delle Torri

    Standing massive and graceful through the deep gorge that separates Spoleto from Monteluco, this 14th-century bridge is one of Umbria's most photographed monuments, and justifiably...Read More

  • 10. Basilica di Sant'Ubaldo

    Gubbio's famous ceri—three 16-foot-tall pillars crowned with statues of Saints Ubaldo, George, and Anthony—are housed in this basilica atop Monte Ingino. The pillars are transported...Read More

  • 11. Basilica di Santa Chiara

    The lovely, wide piazza in front of this church is reason enough to visit. The red-and-white-striped facade frames the piazza's panoramic view over the Umbrian...Read More

  • 12. Casa Natale di Raffaello

    This is the house in which the painter was born and where he took his first steps in painting, under the direction of his artist...Read More

  • 13. Casa Romana

    Spoleto became a Roman colony in the 3rd century BC, but the best excavated remains date from the 1st century AD. Best preserved among them...Read More

  • 14. Cascata delle Marmore

    The road east of Terni (SS3 Valnerina) leads 10 km (6 miles) to the Cascata delle Marmore (Waterfalls of Marmore), which, at 541 feet, are...Read More

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  • 15. Cattedrale di San Rufino

    St. Francis and St. Clare were among those baptized in Assisi's Cattedrale, which was the principal church in town until the 12th century. The baptismal...Read More

  • 16. Collegio del Cambio

    These elaborate rooms, on the ground floor of the Palazzo dei Priori, served as the meeting hall and chapel of the guild of bankers and...Read More

  • 17. Corso Vannucci

    A string of elegantly connected palazzi expresses the artistic nature of this city center, the heart of which is concentrated along Corso Vannucci. Stately and...Read More

  • 18. Duomo

    Severe yet mystical, the Cathedral of San Lorenzo is most famous for being the home of the wedding ring of the Virgin Mary, stolen by...Read More

  • 19. Duomo di Gubbio

    Set on a narrow street on the highest tier of the town, the Duomo dates from the 13th century, with some Baroque additions—in particular, a...Read More

  • 20. Duomo di Todi

    One end of the Piazza del Popolo is dominated by this 12th-century Romanesque-Gothic masterpiece, built over the site of a Roman temple. The simple facade...Read More

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