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After the Ancient Umbrii who, according to many historians, founded Spello, the Romans arrived. They called the colony Julia Hispellum (circa 41 BC) and gave impetus to the town's most important historical period. After the fall of the Roman Empire the town was destroyed by the Ostrogoths led by…
We never get tired of visit Spello. A typical Umbrian medieval town, next to Assisi. Not to miss, The Baglioni Chapel in the church of Santa Maria Maggiore. It is known for its Renaissance frescoes executed by Pinturicchio from c. 1500 to 1501.
A pearl among the art cities... We recommend you buy a good guide or use one of the region's apps to get around. Spello is one of my favorite places though, so you might want to consider it :-)