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Pinacoteca Civica «Bruno Molajoli» - Fabriano (AN)
The collections of the Art Gallery offer a qualitative image of the artistic production of Fabriano and central Apennine between '200 and '500, with high and rare aspects of Romanesque painting and the well organized cycles of works by masters Allegretto Nuzi (fourteenth century) and Antonio da Fabriano (fifteenth century), not to mention the collection of tapestries of the sixteenth and seventeenth century.
Museo della Carta e della Filigrana - Fabriano (AN)
In the “City of Paper” the museum offers the chance to retrace all the stages of the evolution of the manufacturing of paper, the first inventions of the “paper masters” from Fabriano and the productions of the modern artists of watermark.
All into a suggestive and charming frame.
Grotte di Frasassi - Genga (AN)
A fairy tale scenery for a tour that will always remain in the memory. Into the Caves it’s possible to admire the force of nature which has created and continuously creates situations which are impossible to imagine.
And thanks to the persistence of man this wonderful sight has become usable for everybody.
Gubbio (PG)
Laying on the slopes of Monte Ingino, Gubbio is one of the most ancient towns of Umbria, extremely well preserved during centuries and rich of monuments testifying its glorious past.
Among the most important manifestations taking place in the city we should absolutely mention the Racing silk of the Crossbow and the Ceri Race.
Assisi (PG)
Assisi, the ancient sanctuary and medieval city built on a hill, is the   birthplace of St. Francis and closely associated with the work of the Franciscan Order.The masterpieces of medieval art, such as the Basilica of St. Francis and the frescoes by Cimabue, Simone Martini, Pietro Lorenzetti and Giotto, have made ​​Assisi a fundamental reference point for the development of art and architecture of Italy and Europe.
Spello (PG)
Spello is as valuable a book composed of many pages of which to browse quietly. Starting from the south (the area of "Borgo") climbing up to Porta dell’Arce (the "Belvedere"); you can visually cover the history of a place where you can breathe in the ancient Umbrian, Roman, Medieval and Renaissance presence.
Spoleto (PG)
The city of Spoleto today is most famous for the "Festival dei Due Mondi" and some works such as the Ponte delle Torri, the Rocca Albornoz, the Duomo or the many Roman ruins such as the Arch of Drusus, the Roman Theatre or the Ponte Sanguinario.
Abbazia di Valdicastro - Fabriano (AN)
The abbeys, places of worship and work, centres of spirituality and depositories of an immense cultural heritage, were the core of every kind of economic, social and religious activity villages, hamlets, places (like the territory of Fabriano, in particular, is linked to the presence of S. Silvestro and S. Romualdo, the later as the founder of the Abbey in Valdicastro, in the valley situated to the east of Fabriano and whose name comes from Valle del Castello.
Museo «Piersanti» - Matelica (MC)
Placed in the 15th century Palazzo Piersanti, the museum bears the name of Venanzio Filippo Piersanti collections donated to the Cathedral in 1901.
Amongst the precious works of art that it contains, you can admire   paintings by many artists (such as Bellini, Antonio from Fabriano, Francesco di Gentile from Fabriano, Salvator Rosa and Carlo Maratta), fine pieces of silverware and priceless pieces of furniture.
Parco Archeologico «Sentinum» - Sassoferrato (AN)
The   area where the Roman city of Sentinum developed is rich in archaeological evidences covering a period of time that goes by I century B.C. to the III century A.D.  Some sections of the city walls are still visible, but in particular are well-preserved   the ancient streets, paved with large stones in white limestone and bounded by sidewalks. Nearby, in the village of Santa Lucia, has been excavated a large building, datable to the second century. A.D., interpreted as private villa or   building to accommodate travelers. In the middle part there is a large courtyard with traces of   mosaic floors and columns in the red marble of Verona and an imposing spa bulding.
 
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