Fabriano, medieval center
The city square Piazza del Comune, is the political and cultural centre of the city since its origins and it boasts the Sturinalto fountain (1285), a veritable jewel set in admirable surroundings. Behind the fountain, there is the Podestà Palace (1255), defined as one of the prime examples of gothic style in the Marches. On the north appears the Vescovile Palace: once the ancient residence of the city’s Priors.
Paper and Watermark Museum
The Paper and Watermark Museum permits to the tourists to be projected on XIV° and XV° century and to live again the magic of that time. Towards the end of the 1200′s the craftsmen active in Fabriano were in the habit of countersigning their production with watermarks. Today watermarks represent an important testimony to the perfection obtained by the Fabriano paper mills in this sector, in particular for the production of value paper.
Pinacoteca Civica Bruno Molajoli
The collections of the Art Gallery offer a qualitative image of the artistic production of Fabriano and central Apennine between ’200 and ’500, with high and rare aspects of Romanesque painting and the well organized cycles of works by masters Allegretto Nuzi (fourteenth century) and Antonio da Fabriano (fifteenth century).
Grotte di Frasassi
The caves are situated 7 km south of Genga. Rich in water, the cave system is particularly well endowed with stalactites and stalagmites and they represented an unique and natural show. Frasassi Caves is an unparalleled and mandatory destination for anyone visiting this Region. This is a fascinating and underground world that is among the most famous show caves in Italy.
Gubbio is renowned for its exceptional richness of monuments and the fascination of its medieval appearance, which it has preserved, unaltered over the centuries. All its archaeological remains date back to Roman times. With its smartly preserved medieval streets and rugged mountain setting, Gubbio’s culture flourishes with local festivals and a strong tradition of ceramic making.