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Exhibitions, concerts, festivals, reviews, appointments, events and more happening in and around Bevagna over the next couple of months. Updated daily.

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Villas

List of Villas in bevagna

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Apartments

List of Apartments in bevagna

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List of restaurants in Bevagna

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Pizzerie

List of pizzerie in Bevagna

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List of Hotels in bevagna

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Holiday Farms

List of Holiday Farms in bevagna.

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Umbrian Textiles and Embroidery Tour - Il Nodo Antico

Umbria Online Bevagna (Pg). The tour of traditional lace, weaving and embroidery laboratories organised by the Regione Umbria includes also Il Nodo Antico in Bevagna.


Info: Il nodo antico
Via G. Crescimbeni, 5 06031 Bevagna

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Bed & Breakfast in Bevagna

Discover the Bed and Breakfast lodging solutions in the Bevagna area.

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The history of Bevagna

Umbria Online Bevagna, formerly an Umbrian settlement, then become Roman with the passage of the ancient western branch of the Via Flaminia (220 B.C.), in 89 B.C. it became an important Roman municipium under the name of Mevania, even of greater extension then the following medieval Bevagna...

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Medieval Town walls and Church Saint Francis

Umbria Online Coming from Foligno, already outside Porta Foligno (or Flaminia), along the town walls, you will note remains of Roman buildings, in an area whose elliptical forms signals the location of the amphitheatre of which some walls, partly in 'opus reticulatum' (typical Roman brickwork of small square bricks) have been excavated.....

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The Roman Thermae in via Porta Guelfa and Corso Matteotti

Umbria Online On the right side of Via di Porta Guelfa, inside a house have been discoverd the Roman Thermae. There are four rooms, three of which are only partly conserved, while the fourth shows a white and black mosaic with sea-life scenes (a triton chasing hippocampi, a lobster and squids).....

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Piazza Silvestri - Chiesa di S. Silvestro and Palazzo dei Consoli

Umbria Online Piazza Silvestri, the centre of medieval and modern Bevagna, is one the most medieval squares of Umbria, of irregular shape, almost casual, with the most significant buildings facing the square.....

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Neighbourhood of Bevagna

Umbria Online In the neighbourhood of Bevagna has to be mentioned the Santuario della Madonna delle Grazie.
Then, you may start a suggestive trip to the fortified villages of Gaglioli, Torre del Colle, an old feud of the Counts of Antignano, Cantalupo, Castelbuono, ...

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Map of Bevagna

Umbria Online
This map indicates the streets, squares and monuments of Bevagna

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Bevagna
Appointments & Events
Villas
Apartments
Restaurants
Pizzerie
Hotels
Holiday Farms
Umbrian Textiles and Embroidery Tour - Il Nodo Antico
Bed & Breakfast in Bevagna
The history of Bevagna
Medieval Town walls and Church Saint Francis
The Roman Thermae in via Porta Guelfa and Corso Matteotti
Piazza Silvestri - Chiesa di S. Silvestro and Palazzo dei Consoli
Neighbourhood of Bevagna
Map of Bevagna
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FOLIGNATE AREA 

Province: Perugia
Area: Folignate ()
comprensorio Folignate

INFORMATION 

FIGURES
Province: Perugia
Area: Foligno
Altitude: 210 m s.l.m.
Surface: 51.6 kmq
Population: 5003 (01.01.07; Istat)
Inhabitants name: Bevanati
ZIP 06031
Tel. area code: 0742

Localities: Cantalupo, Castelbuono, Gaglioli, Limigiano, Torre del Colle

Comune di Bevagna
Via I Maggio, 1 Tel. 0742360123 Fax 0742361647

Famous Personalities: Vincenzo (vescovo, IV sec.); Beato Giacomo Bianconi (XIV sec.); Andrea Camassei (pittore, inizi XVII sec.); Ascensidonio Spacca (pittore, XVI-XVII sec.); Francesco Torti (letterato, XVII-XIX sec.).