Less prominent than other more touristy Italian cities (and there are many), Perugia (Perugia) is not however remains regarding historical heritage of the first order. The current capital of https://www.cityzeum.com/tourisme/ombrie Umbria belonged to the Etruscans in ancient times, before passing under the control of Rome. His story is so old, and we still find today traces of these distant times (walls, doors), as an important medieval heritage: churches, including the Duomo di San Lorenzo, palaces, among them Palazzo dei Priori and national gallery of Umbria, squares, the Maggiore fountain, narrow streets ... the historic center is a treat for anyone who loves the old stones. Discover Perugia Perugia is a city full of history. Founded by the Etruscans, who left important traces of their civilization, it houses a huge artistic heritage linked to the medieval period and the Renaissance. Start the visit Piazza IV Novembre you will fall in love! Fontana Maggiore The symbol of Perugia is a wonderful medieval fountain made in the thirteenth century by Giovanni and Nicola Pisano. It has three basins in marble and bronze. Cattedrale San Lorenzo Located in Piazza IV Novembre, Perugia Cathedral was built between 1345 and 1490. Its main facade, overlooking Piazza Danti, has a beautiful baroque portal. to see the cloister with the Museo Capitolare. Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria The gallery houses art collections of the region from the X