Porta di Maggio: one of the main doors of the system of walls, posta has southeast, It offers a beautiful view of Todi and across the Middle Tiber Valley. Today it houses a small museum with ancient documents, weapons, vestments, coats of arms and archaeological finds (for info: 075.8780737).
- Town Hall and Bell tower: built in the first and second half of the nineteenth century, the first contains two interesting stone inscriptions while the second stands in a dominant position where once stood the Church of San Rocco.
- Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II: It is characterized by the presence of a cistern-well of the seventeenth century and from its terrace you can admire a beautiful view, to the mountains of Lazio and Abruzzo.
- Church of Santa Illuminata: important place of worship on a rectangular plan, a nave, The church was built in 800 on the ruins of a seventeenth-century oratory. Inside you can admire a wooden crucifix surrounded by an aura of legend: the origin is derived from a manuscript preserved in the Convent of the Franciscans of Barcelona, which we speak of Blessed Placido from Monte Castellochiamato religion from San Bernardino di Siena (for info and visits: 075.8780737).
Madonna of Portenti: the sacred image that stands on the altar of the Church of Saints Philip and James dates from the sixteenth century and was originally placed on the outside of a tower-house; to it were immediately attributed miraculous properties, and for this he was called Our Lady of Portenti.
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