Continuing north on the border with Tuscany, in a green landscape at the confluence of Cerfone and Sovaro, is the small village of ancient origins Citerna Umbrian and Etruscan, terrace on `Upper Tiber Valley suitable for a living for the disabled..

Citerna (480 m, 3.332 from.), inserita nella prestigiosa lista deiMost Beautiful Villages of Italy“, fu nota, in Roman Empire, as the “Civitas Sobariae“, and became, after, a stronghold of Lombard. In the Middle Ages was a stronghold of Malatesta, then, subsequent to annexation to the Papal `, was ruled by the Vitelli until the sixteenth century. The village gave shelter and hospitality to Giuseppe Garibaldi (1849) e venne pesantemente danneggiato dai bombardamenti tedeschi nel corso della Seconda Guerra Mondiale, that virtually razed to the ground Rock.
City of Citerna
Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – 06012 Citerna (PG)
Such. 075/8592237 075/8592119 – Fax 075/8593313
comune@citerna.net – P.E.C. comune.citerna @ postacert.umbria.it

Accessibility

Parking: There are two accessible parking spaces along the Corso Garibaldi and near the walls.
Public toilets: not present, tuttavia c`è un bar accessibile in Piazza Scipione Scipioni.
Paving: Corso Garibaldi is paved in stone, for which smooth, while the road north of Belvedere is cobbled.
Tourist Desk: si trova all`interno del Town Hall ed è aperto tutte le mattine (8.30-13.30) and Thursday (15-18), such. 0758.592119. The Town Hall è accessibile in quanto a piano di strada con uno scivolo per accedere al chiostro e un ascensore per i piani superiori.
Signs blind: not present.


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