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1   Link   Amelia Region
On a watershed between the valley of the Nera and the Tiber valley, Amelia is the largest town in the region of Amelia and reputed to be the oldest continuously inhabited town in Italy from 2,700 BC.
2   Link   Narni Region
Narnia is a town of many layers, Etruscan, Roman, Medieval, Renaissance. The early Umbrians who settled this town on a rock over the river Nera called it Nequium.
3   Link   Underground Narni
For those of you who are interested in ancient history and cultures, you can go on an underground guided tour of Narni.
4   Link   Orvieto Region
The real Umbrian jewel, a must see together with Civita di Bagnoregio and the magnificent Lake Bolsena.
5   Link   The Sistema Museum
"There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,Than are dreamt of in your philosophy". Hamlet Act 1 Scene 5. William Shakespeare
6   Link   Perugia Region
The capital of Umbria, rich in Art and Culture and not just infamous because of former student Amanda Knox's trials.
7   Link   Spoleto Region
A charming little Umbrian Hill town with the magic Music Festival loved by musicians world over. A capital of culture and not just music.
8   Link   Todi Region
Defined as the most livable small town in the world by Richard S Levine of Kentucky University, it rises on a 400 meter hill that overloopks the high Tiber valley.
9   Link   Terni Region
The town of lovers, after St. Valentine, who was its bishop. An interesting former Steel Capital of Italy. Industrial Archeology.
10   Link   Umbria Region
The Region's web site with many interesting sources of information. Terni was first settled in 672 by the etruscans.
11   Link   Marmore Waterfalls
Marmore waterfalls, a beautiful sight revered for centuries, the falls jump over three great chasms.
12   Link   Guide to read by Tim Jepson
The Rough Guide to Tuscany and Umbria
13   Link   Book to read by Nancy Yuktonis Solak
A Footpath in Umbria: Learning, Loving & Laughing in Italy
14   Link   Guide to read by Virginia Maxwell
Lonely Planet Tuscany & Umbria (Regional Travel Guide) [Paperback]
15   Link   Illustraded Guide to read
Travel Florence, Tuscany, and Umbria, Italy: Illustrated Guide, Phrasebook, and Maps
16   Link   Guide to read
Umbria an Eye Witness Guide
17   Link   Guide to read By Dana Facaros
Umbria Cadogan Guides
18   Link   Book to read by Pia Davis
Walking and Eating in Tuscany and Umbria
19   Link   Book to read by Suzanne Carriero
The dog who ate the truffle: A memoir of Stories and Recipes from Umbria
20   Link   Book to read by Nina Hansen Matchotka
The field stones of Umbria
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