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The sources of Clitunno

The Fonti del Clitunno extend over an area of ​​almost 10.000 square meters along the Via Flaminia between in the municipality of Campello sul Clitunno. Their appearance is really impressive; the small lake, a clear body of water populated by aquatic nasturtiums, forget-me-nots of the marsh, swans and ducks, and the magnificence of the colors of the willows and cypress poplars inspired painters, poets and writers since ancient times. The ...

Etruscan Well or Sorbello

The Etruscan well, also known as Pozzo Sorbello, from the name of the noble family that owns the overhanging palace, is an exceptional work of hydraulic engineering, dating back to the second half of the third century BC, initially conceived as a water reservoir for the city, further evidence of the high degree of civilization reached by the Perugian community at that time. The dimensions of the well - 37 meters deep and 5,6 meters in diameter ...

Basilica of San Salvatore

The Basilica of San Salvatore, registered in the Unesco World Heritage List in 2011, is located in Spoleto and certainly represents one of the most important and representative Lombard architectural testimonies of the Langobardia Minor. The influence and monumental inspiration of the Lombard dukes of Spoleto manifested itself right here, in the reconstruction of the church in the eighth century. The whole is part of the serial site "Lombards in Italy: the ...

Luigi Boldrini Paleontological Museum

In the structure of the Boldrini Paleontological Museum, specially built and which has over 3000 square meters, one of the largest collections in Europe of fossil finds of mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects dating back to the lower Pleistocene (1,6-1,4 million years ago). The remains of large mammals are exhibited in the "cradles" (this is how the nuclei containing the fossils in the bed are called ...

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