It starts from the parking “Roman Road”, placed at the entrance to the city's South (for those coming from the Flaminia SS), From here you can start for a scenic walk flanked by rows of ilex. Going to the height of the crossing on the left you can see the dome Spoletosfera, designed by American architect R. Buckminster Fuller and donated to the city in 1967, first facility of its kind made in Europe. On the right a section of the medieval town walls. The road crosses the public gardens accessible to disabled, on the right is Square Carducci, overlooked by the seventeenth-century Toni Palace (seat of the High School Pontano Sansi-, established in 1861). Continue walking on a bridge, built in 1870, to complete the walk in conjunction with the historic center, now accessible to the disabled through the mechanized underground path connecting the parking “Spoletosfera” a Freedom Square. From the Square, per raggiungere il Cathedral, covers the entire Corso Mazzini to Piazza Mentana downhill where there's the Church of St. Philip Blacks (not accessible) and continue straight on Via Tobagi W., then, instead of following the curvature of the left that makes the road, take the lane opposite. After little more than a hundred meters on the right is Via del Duomo, an uphill street that needs a companion and that after a few tens of meters leads to Piazza del Duomo, where you can go directly to the Cathedral. It is wheelchair accessible via a ramp located on the right side of the Churchyard. It is possible to follow the `last stretch of road in car, if they have a permit for disabled.
Source of pictures: Photo Tortoioli www.regione.umbria.it M.
The data on the accessibility of each site are included within the path.
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