We recommend Campello sul Clitunno for your holiday in Umbria (m 290, from 2479) was made up, in antiquity, numerous nuclei scattered villages and; area of ​​influence of Etruscan and Roman, increasingly tied to its history to close Spoleto. After a brief period of free city came back under the influence of the Duchy of Spoleto and the rule of the Church. It was proclaimed a separate municipality until 1930. The beauty of his famous elegy and Arcadian Sources fu cantata da numerosi poeti, most recently the Nobel Prize for Literature Carducci.

Parco Storico Sources of Clitunno
Via Flaminia, 7
Location Clitunno sources
06042 Campello sul Clitunno (PG)
Such. 0743 521141
Fax 0743 270490
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Campello sul Clitunno
Piazza Ranieri Campello, 1 – 06042 Campello sul Clitunno (PG)
Switchboard 0743-271920 – Fax 0743-271952 – E-mail: info@comune.campello.pg.it
Certified mail: comune.campellosulclitunno @ postacert.umbria.it


Is inclusive of two nuclei: Campello Alto, abitato fortificato sorto intorno al castello fondato nel X secolo dal Barone Rovero di Champeaux e Campello Low, grew up around the Via Flaminia and the sixteenth-century Church of Our Lady of the White, which is accessible from the left side, where there is a driveway and a small step on the entrance of about 10 cm; we recommend the `companion. The toilets are in accordance with accessibility in The Town Square not far from the White Church.
Campello Alto is enclosed in its intact defensive walls; You can enter the country `s car as a street where you can park, The country is also feasible, there are stairs to the streets, The road is paved and the slope is greater than all `8%. We recommend `carer.
For information: Pro Loco, 0743.276181 – 333.2950005
To visit, Low in Campello, the Romanesque church of San Donato, where a precious wooden altar Baroque (the structure has a step of 10/15 cm, we recommend the `companion) and the fourteenth Town Hall, at the entrance there is a small step and, to the inside, with an elevator opening 75 cm and accessible toilet.
Image taken from the site www.settemuse.it


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