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Art And History Of Umbria


Author : Giuliano Valdes
language : en
Publisher: Casa Editrice Bonechi
Release Date : 1993

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A complete guide to the art and history of this part of Italy

Touring Club Of Italy Umbria


Author : Touring Club of Italy
language : en
Publisher: Touring Editore
Release Date : 2003

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From Italy's preeminent publisher of guidebooks and maps comes this revised and updated edition of the definitive cultural guide to the "Green Heart of Italy." Touring Club of Italy's comprehensive guide to Umbria provides travelers with unparalleled information on the medieval cities and lush rolling hills of Umbria. Part of TCI's Heritage Guide series, this book features city overviews, 18 walking and driving tours with detailed maps, pictures from top photographers showcasing well-known art treasures and local traditions, and information on museums, galleries, theaters, shopping, and accommodations. Written by a uniquely qualified editorial board of specialists, many of whom are respected art and architecture historians, the guide covers the legendary museums of Perugia, Todi, Foligno, and Montefalco, modern art galleries in Citta di Castello, and specialized museums in Torgiano and Deruta. A section on the cuisine of Umbria and the world-famous wines of Orvieta, Torgiano, and Montefalco whets the reader's palate. A chapter on tourist information and an index give practical travel tips and help the reader locate information instantly.

Liturgy Books And Franciscan Identity In Medieval Umbria


Author : Anna Welch
language : en
Publisher: BRILL
Release Date : 2015-10-12

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In Liturgy, Books and Franciscan Identity in Medieval Umbria, Anna Welch explores how early Franciscan friars produced the missals essential to their liturgical lives, and reflects on both the construction of ritual communal identity and historiographic trends regarding this process.

Umbria


Author : Ian Campbell Ross
language : en
Publisher: Penguin Uk
Release Date : 1996

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Often known as the Green Heart of Italy, Umbria is a region of wonderful landscapes, Roman remains, medieval castles and cathedrals, paintings, and the wines of Orvieto.

Dk Eyewitness Travel Guide Umbria


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language : en
Publisher: Penguin
Release Date : 2011-05-02

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Produced in inimitable DK Eyewitness style, this new guide was written by Italians who have intimate insider knowledge of this delightful region. Umbria is broken down into Northern and Southern sections, and features such famous towns as Assisi and Orvieto, as well as the region's many wonderful and unspoiled national parks, art, and history. You'll find sights, markets, and festivals listed town by town, as well as walks, scenic routes, and thematic tours that will ensure you don't miss a thing. Illustrated food features highlight regional specialties and you'll find an impressive selection of restaurants and hotels. Whether you are visiting the stunning hill-town of Perugia or taking a lesson in art history at Assissi, capture the flavors of Umbria with the Eyewitness Travel Guide.

Tuscany Umbria And The Marches


Author : Dana Facaros
language : en
Publisher: New Holland Publishers
Release Date : 2007

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Now fully redesigned, this new edition of a Cadogan bestsellercontains the most up-to-the-minute practical information and listings, along with color photographs and maps. Holidaymakers have traveled to Tuscany and Umbria for centuries, and visitor figures continue to rise. Italy experts Facaros and Pauls uncover Tuscany’s lavish natural beauty and some of the most enchanting landscapes in Europe. The three regions’ combination of sheer beauty, wealth and dastardly doings fired some of the greatest art and literature in the West, by the likes of Dante, Leonardo, Botticelli and a hundred more. The guide discovers Tuscany, delving into the dense concentration of art that spills out of Florence into Pisa, Lucca, and Arezzo; absorbing the energy of Siena’s frenzied Palio; and taking in the sumptuous vineyards of Chianti. It explores the medieval hill towns of green Umbria – historic Perugia over the Tiber Valley, the newly restored monuments and architecture of Assisi, and the famous cathedral of Orvieto. Finally, the unspoiled landscape of the civilized Marches is covered. The region is fast gaining popularity as an alternative to Tuscany and Umbria; unlike other guides, Cadogan explores its bustling, sparkly seaside resort of Rimini. Cadogan not only brings this well-known and popular part of Italy to life, but also puts a new slant on the Leaning Tower and digs up some surprising secret gardens along the way.

Umbria


Author : Julia della Croce
language : en
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Release Date : 2003-03-01

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A visual and gastronomic tour offers a culinary history of such hill towns as Deruta, Perugia, and Assisi; and includes recipes for such fare as Penci with Sausage, Lemon and Nutmeg Sauce, and Lorella Puccetti's Lentils with Seafood. Original. 20,000 first printing.