Palazzo dei Priori
One of the most impressive buildings in Perugia is the Palazzo dei Priori, the town hall built in medieval times. Construction began in the 13th century, and expansions were added in the 14th and 15th centuries. If you have the opportunity, go inside and take a gander at the spectacular Sala dei Notari, with its frescoes and murals.
Basilica di S.Domenico
The imposing Gothic construction from 14th century was rebuilt by Carlo Maderno in the first half of the 17th century. On either side of the bare facade are buttreses which continue around to the sides of the church. An elegant late 16th century portal and a double flight of steps decorate the facade.
The enormous stark interior of the church contains side chapels. The fourth chapel on the right is a part of the original building and contains an altar frontal by Antonio di Antonio di Duccio.The transept chapels contain many votive frescoes. Works of art include an 18th century organ, the Tomb of Elisabetta Cantucci - carved by Algardi, the Tomb of Danti family, the splendid tomb of Pope Benedict XI, the work of pupil of Arnolfo di Cambio.
The apse is lit by a large window, 23 meters in hight, beautifully decorated by Fra' Bartolomeo di Pietro and Mariotto di Nardo.