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  • Landscape between Tuscany and Umbria

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    The Territory of Experience Tuscany and Umbria

    There is a valley on the border between Tuscany and Umbria that is still little known, with numerous villages and adorned with castles, where time is still slow … the Upper Tiber Valley. In this area you can: Rediscover the pleasure of nature. Enjoy artistic and cultural treasures. Enjoy genuine flavors. Experience traditions and crafts. […]

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  • View of Citerna Umbria

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    Medieval Finds in Citerna

    This week, the Municipal Administration of Citerna presented the important archaeological finds discovered during the restoration of the Cylindrical Fortified Tower during a conference entitled “Recovery and Enhancement of the Fortified Tower and Fortress of the Medieval Walls”. Walls and a rectangular bastion belonging to the medieval fortress were found, along with an underground access […]

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  • Villa Graziani in San Giustino

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    Special Events – Easter 2016

      During the Easter period, the Diocese of Città di Castello, along with the municipalities of Città di Castello, San Giustino, Citerna, Montone and Umbertide, is organising a series of events and guided visits to the most important museums. Easter in the Upper Tiber Valley of Umbria is undoubtedly an important opportunity to discover and […]

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  • the Madonna and Child by Donatello Citerna Umbria

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    Citerna

    Citerna, located in Umbria but very close to Tuscany, is within and without. Without, it is scenery and, within, it is tunnels. It is greenery without and water within. It is art and history, within and without. Citerna has two dimensions, and neither is to be missed. 5 things to do and see in Citerna 1. […]

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  • Medieval walkways in Citerna Umbria

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    The two faces of Citerna

    Citerna, a small village perched on top of a hill, offers the curious traveller wishing to discover it two ways to visit: from the inside or the outside. In fact, Citerna is built on two levels, the “ammassi” (clusters) and the village. The village is the visible part, that is well worth a visit. While […]

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