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The Church of San Francesco The church is located in the city center of Montefalco, in the area between the ancient wall surrounding the town and the one built in 1328, in Via Ringhiera Umbra. It was built by the Franciscan Friars of the Minor Order, around 1340. It was only later that the six chapels on the right side were added, probably in the late 14th-early 15th century. A chapel was opened on the left side of the church, as desired by the Provincial Minister of the Minor Friar, Clemente Bontadosi, around 1585. The chapel has an imposing front elevation, with two lateral Corinthian jamb
The Museo Civico di San Francesco is located at a walking distance from the central square of Montefalco. The medieval burgh, famous for its precious wine production and for its splendid panoramic position, dominates the entire Umbrian Valley from Perugia to Spoleto. The Museum’s display is arranged in the interior spaces of the former Chiesa di San Francesco built between 1335 and 1338—and inside the historical rooms of the annexed Convent. The current appearance of the church dates back essentially to the 15 century, when the Franciscan friars promoted its complete restructuring. The Museum