The village where the Middle Ages relives
Two masterpieces of Romanesque architecture make Bevagna square unique
Bevagna, the Roman “Mevania”, is a little fascinating gem that retains most Roman monuments in the Umbrian Valley.
In the main Piazza, one of the finest medieval squares in Umbria, there are the two 12th century Romanesque churches, St. Michael and St. Silvestro.
Bevagna steps back once a year, during June, in the medieval times with the Market of the Gaite (word of Longobard origin to name the town’s four quarters) an evocation of everyday life of the Middle Ages. Along the most suggestive streets and corners of the town, the population organizes handicraft shops, typical markets, taverns, spectacles, concerts, exhibitions inspired by the habits described in antique medieval documents.
- Cannara Door
- St. Francis Church
- Roman monuments
- St. Dominic Church
- Central square
- Romanesque churches of St. Michael and St. Silvestro
- Wash-house in the Clitunno river
Besides the above monuments, the city museum, the Roman mosaic and the Gaite handicraft workshops, can also be included in the itinerary.*
* entrance fee