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Umbria is a region of modern central Italy. It is one of the smallest Italian regions and the only peninsular region that is landlocked. Its capital is Perugia.
Assisi and Norcia are historical towns aassociated with St. Francis of Assisi, and St. Benedict. Very interesting The Duomo di Orvieto italian gothic at its finest
Province of Perugia
Province of Terni
The only peninsular region not washed by the sea, Umbria is however rich in watercourses as the Nestore, Paglia, Chiascio and Velino, which enters the Nera with a leap of 165 meters, giving rise to spectacular Marmore Falls, among the highest in Europe. In Umbria, along the Tuscan border, is also Lake Trasimeno, the largest in the Italian peninsula. The territory is mountainous for one third and hilly for the rest.
The Region of Umbria has a generous archaeological patrimony that is distributed over much of its territory. Many traces remain of the Etruscan civilization but also of the Ancient Umbrii, other pre-Roman populations and of the Roman themselves. It boasts three national archaeological museums and important archaeological areas, as well as archaeological finds of absolute scientific and artistic importance (the Eugubian Tablets spring to mind and the role they played in understanding the language, religious and social life of the Ancient Umbrii).
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