VALMARECCHIA AND MONTEFELTRO
Thanks to its strategic position from Pietrarubbia you can visit the beauties of the Montefeltro region
Ideal city of the Renaissance, Urbino is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A visit to the Ducal Palace, seat of the National Gallery of the Marche, Raphael’s birthplace, the Oratory of San Giovanni and the Cathedral are highly recommended.
Besides the old village, you may want to visit the Castle rebuilt by architect Francesco Di Giorgio Martini (now hosting the school of Italian Language and Culture for foreigners) and the church dedicated to the Patron Saint San Lorenzo
The village lies at the feet of the Carpegna mount and was built around the 17th century Princes’ Palace. A visit to the Romanesque church of San Giovanni is recommended. Beautiful and worth a visit are also the churches of San Sisto and San Nicolò
The village is dominated by the picturesque rocky plateaus of Sasso Simone and Simoncello. Recommended is a visit to the 13th century San Girolamo hermitage hosting a work by Giovanni Santi, Raphael’s father
In addition to the ruined castle you may want to visit the Monte Illuminato convent, where Saint Francis was said to have restored the sight to a blind boy
The fortified village, with the Tower and the Podestà Palace turned into a museum, stands near the ancient Pitinum Pisaurense
In addition to the typical historic centre, the parish church is worth a visit as it hosts numerous works by local artists.
It lies on a rocky spur and its picturesque cobbled streets lead to the upper ancient Fortress
A renowned sky resort with a view on the remains o the castles of Monte Copiolo, Monteboaggine and Monte Acuto
it is a haven of peace among the green hills bordering with the Republic of San Marino
The village is dominated by the imposing Fortress-Palace of the Counts Oliva with its Ghibelline battlements, its loopholes and corbels.
SASSOCORVARO - AUDITORE
Its hill is dominated by the imposing Ubaldinesca Fortress by architect Francesco Di Giorgio Martini, seat of the Art Gallery and of the Museum of Rural Life
Here are the remains of a former Fortress by the architect Francesco Di Giorgio Martini; in its territory are the sulfur and alkaline water springs
In addition to the lovely historic centre, you may want to visit the remains of the Trap Castle (Castello della Trappola) of ancient origins
Rep. di San Marino
As evidence of the continuity of a free republic since the 13th century, it has been included by UNESCO, with its Mount Titano and the historic center of the city of San Marino, among the World Heritage Sites.
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