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Northern Umbria is an exquisite landscape of unblemished nature where olive trees, fields of sunflowers and wild flowers glow under the warmth of the Umbrian sunshine.
Offering a kaleidoscope of colors and a wide variety of different landscapes. Romans and medieval feuding families have left their indelible imprint on its pretty hill towns and its countryside with overlapping hills and wildflower-flecked meadows.
The oldest village in Umbria reached its full splendor in the Middle Ages; the Cathedral; the Consul`s Palace, symbol of the town; and the Ducal Palace are just some of the attractions that testify to Gubbio`s status as a jewel of Umbria. Gubbio is a well-preserved medieval hill town in the Umbria region of central Italy. Gubbio`s compact center has a good selection of medieval, Gothic, and Renaissance monuments built of gray limestone and has great views over the beautiful countryside. Just outside the town is a Roman amphitheater. Gubbio is also famous for its spectacular traditional festivals like the Corsa dei Ceri (Candle Race) and the Palio Balestra (a Medieval crossbow contest on horseback).
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