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• Cathedral of San Lorenzo 
San Lorenzo's Cathedral was built in the 11th c.; because of renovations throughout the centuries, several styles are incorporated in it. Piazza 4 Novembre

• Tempio di Sant' Angelo (Church of Sant' Angelo) 
also known as "Tempietto di Porta Sant'Angelo", the Tempio of San Michele Arcangelo, is the oldest church in the city, built at the end of the 5th. Via Tempio

• Collegio del Cambio 
seat for currency exchange practised by bankers in the Middle Ages (Palazzo dei Priori). Corso Vannucci, 25

• Corso Vannucci 
main street of Perugia, with its elegant shops and cafes, Corso Vannucci is the drawing-room of the city.

• Etruscan Arch 
built in the 3rd c. B.C., also known as the Arco di Augusto. Piazza Fortebraccio
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• Fontana Maggiore 
erected at the end of the 13th c., in the middle of Piazza IV Novembre, fine example of Gothic fountain. Piazza 4 Novembre
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• National Archaeological Museum of Umbria 
it stores prehistoric and photohistoric materials (collections of bronze objects dating back to the 16th–14th c. B.C.). Piazza Giordano Bruno (convento S. Domenico)

• National Gallery of Umbria 
Umbrian painting from the Middle Ages to the nowdays (works by Perugino, Beato Angelico,Piero della Francesca, Duccio da Boninsegna). Corso Vannucci, 1

• Palazzo dei Priori 
Gothic style palace (built between 1293 and 1443), the most representative building of the city’s architecture. Piazza 4 Novembre
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• Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo 
medieval and Renaissance, built at the end of the 15th cent.

• Piazza IV Novembre 
Piazza IV Novembre (Piazza 4 November) is the main square of the city.
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• Rocca Paolina 
fortress built by Pope Paul III in 1540, it is a fine example of perfect harmony beetwen past and modern time. Inside it lately was built an escalator linking two sides of the city. (entrance in Via Marzia, or in Piazza Italia)

• San Domenico 
built between 1304 and 1458 by the Order of Dominicans, it is the largest religious complex in the Umbria region. Piazza Giordano Bruno

• Church of Sant'Ercolano 
erected in the early of the 14th cent.. via Sant' Ercolano

• Church of San Francesco al Prato 
built in the 13 th cent.. Via San Francesco

• Palazzo Gallenga (University for Foreigners) 
built between1748 and 1758, it is a fine example of Baroque. Palazzo Gallenga is home of the prestigious University for Foreigners of Perugia, one of the major centers in Italy for learning Italian language, which draws students for all over the world. Piazza Fortebraccio, 4

• Scalette Acquedotto 
Via Acquedotto
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