Giano dell `Umbria is a typical medieval village perched on a hill, with walls embellished with towers and posterns, overlooking the Clitunno Valley and on Martani Mountains. Castle disputed in the past by Todi Spoleto, Giano dell `Umbria, already in `etymology is important that recalls the Latin goddess, has a Roman origin. The heart of the village is made up of a beautiful square which is overlooked by the Town Hall and the two churches Santa Maria delle Grazie and San Michele Arcangelo. Janus is accessible with great difficulty because of the slopes typical of the medieval village, Therefore we recommend the presence of a companion.

To see the Church of St. Francis, built in the fourteenth century, which contains interesting frescoes by Giovanni di Corraduccio fourteenth century, and – access is possible thanks to the ramp with top all`8%, c `is also a high step, therefore it is recommended that the presence of the companion ` – and l `Abbey of San Felice, remarkable example of Romanesque Art, whose origins date back to the sixth century. Is accessible thanks to the presence of the platform at the entrance.

City of Giano of Umbria – Piazza Municipale, 1 – 06030 Janus Umbria (PG) – Such. 0742-93191

Tourist Information Office – IAT of the district Spoleto
Freedom Square, 7 – 06049 Spoleto
Such. 0743218620 – 0743218621; fax 0743218641

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