Palazzo Priori has beautifull stone carved doorway which looks alike portal of some important cathedral. The interiors of the palace houses today Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria, the most important collection of art in Umbria, from the Medieval to the Modern period. At the ground floor there are Sala del Collegio del Cambio and Sala del Collegio della Mercanzia. Unfortunatelly I haven't been to any of them because these halls were crowded by the two group of tourists and the access is limited. In following days I was occupied more with the jazz performances and forgot to revisit the pšalace.
This is a huge museum full of Etruscan funerary monuments and statuary and all sorts of metal and glasswork. We especially enjoyed the Bellucci Collection of charms and amulets collected from around the world- you will never see anything like it!
Generally Perugia is a rabbit warren of backstreets. As long as you can keep your bearings you shouldn't have a problem but it can get chaotic if you don't speak the language!
darkness gives to the church a special light that make it as a star in the black sky.
l'oscurità dà alla chiesa una luce particolare che la rende come una stella nel buio cielo
little garden with nice fountain in the square in front of Municipio.
giardino con fonatana di fronte al municipio
u need good training to walk in the center of Perugia...:)
c'è bisogno di un buon allenamento per passeggiare a Perugia...:)
Find the acquedotto just a bit north of Piazza IV Novembre. Its a great place to take some pictures.