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  • digital invasions 2016

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    Digital Invasions in Umbertide and Montone

    The purpose of the Invasioni Digitali (Digital Invasions) project is to allow visitors to interact actively with museum displays to make the experience participatory and facilitate the promotion and sharing of cultural heritage on social media. The Terre & Musei dell’Umbria circuit, which participates in Invasioni Digitali, is proposing a themed guided visit and free […]

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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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  • A wheelbarrow in Preggio

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    Preggio

    Preggio is a small medieval village of Etruscan origin that is part of the municipality of Umbertide, although it is about a thirty-minute car ride from the town. Located on a hilltop surrounded by woods, it is the perfect place for anyone who loves the peaceful, tranquil atmosphere that only the small, hidden villages of […]

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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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  • A sunny Spring day between Tuscany and Umbria

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    2016 FAI Spring Days

    Every year, with the arrival of spring, the FAI (Fondo Ambiente Italiano, known as the Italian National Trust in English) organises a special weekend in which it is possible to visit cultural sites in Italy that are normally closed to the public the rest of the year. It is a must-see event that will uncover […]

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  • A glimpse of Umbertide from the Tiber

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    Umbertide

    Umbertide is the town where I was born and spent many years of my life. For this reason, every corner and every monument speak to my heart because they speak of my history. Beyond the reasons of the heart, Umbertide has much to offer to those who know how to find it: there are numerous […]

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  • River Tiber on the '30s Umbertide Umbria

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    Sweet memories of Umbertide

    At Fratta, as the locals affectionately call Umbertide, I was born and raised. There are monuments and corners of Umbertide that I am especially fond of and others that I only discovered and appreciated after I went away, but actually not very far – to Città di Castello – some years ago. So, let’s begin with the […]

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