Monday, August 3, 2009

Posty of Panicale "Castello Medievale"

Postcard from Italy, little square Umberto I of Panicale, located in Umbria Italia. I got from Alexi. Thank you very much, I've never been to Italy as yet, and would like to visit there one day.

Panicale, as it is the case for most of the villages of the region, still maintains a medieval aspect due typically to the remains of the old town-walls and the fortified doors.

To whom, however, artistic works are more interesting, good reasons to visit in Panicale the church of S. Sebastiano, are offered by two frescoes of the Perugino: "Martyrdom of St. Sebastiano" and "Incoronazione di Maria" as well as by the beautiful facade of the Collegiata, which locates in St. Michele square.

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