Citta Di Castello, Italy
Città di Castello is a city in the province of Perugia, in the region of Umbria in central Italy. Situated on the slopes of the Apennines, it covers 387.53 sq km (149.63 sq mi) and has a population of 41,000 people (2012 estimate)
More on Città di Castello
Città di Castello was founded by the Umbri tribes. It was then taken over by the Romans, who called it Tifernum Tiberinum. With the fall of the Western Roman Empire, it was conquered and destroyed by the Ostrogoths.
Today Città di Castello has developed a number of industrial parks. It is a center for a number of industries ranging from farm machinery to textile and furnishing.
Visiting Città di Castello
From Perugia, head north on the SS3bis to reach Città di Castello.
Places of Interest in Città di Castello
- Cathedral of Città di Castello
- Palazzo Comunale
- Pinacoteca Comunale
- Torre Comunale