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“La Rocca di Umbertide” Contemporary Art Museum The Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea “La Rocca” is in the historical center of Umbertide, in Piazza Fortebracci. “La Rocca” was a powerful medieval fortress, built at the end of the 14th century by the architect Angeluccio di Ceccolo on a design of Alberto Guidalotti. The construction, composed of an imposing squared tower, more than 30 meters high, and three other large crenellate towers, was the object of important restoration work during the 1980s, which has allowed the recovery of its historical identity, and at the same t
Rai gallery displays a collection of works by artists who have gone to Rai, Ceramics from the opening almost 100 years ago. the collection is represented by about 200 lots of pieces retrieved from the current owner, Dino in over 40 years Fennel at antique shops, flea markets and private that allow us to trace the history of the company but also the history of Umbertide with such manufacture is internationally recognized. Here exposes objects made with the famous and unique "black" Fratta (metallic color with iridescent reflections) or with engravings on "Bailey", another innovative
Santa Croce Civic Museum The Museo Civico di Santa Croce is housed in the former Church of Santa Croce, outside the town wall-belt of Umbertide, in the old “lower-burgh” of Fratta, in Piazza San Francesco, next to the churches of San Francesco and San Bernardino. In the 13th century, in the area—later occupied by Santa Croce—there was a small church dedicated to SS Peter and Paul that had already been used as an oratory for the Confraternity of the Disciples of the Disciplined of St Mary. Inaugurated in 1998, the Museum of Santa Croce has the peculiar characteristic that a
“Dei Riuniti” Theater The Teatro dei Riuniti of Umbertide is located in the historical center of the town, in Piazza Fortebraccio, next to the Rocca. The Teatro dei Riuniti—together with the remake of the square, the construction of the clock tower, and the project for the realization of a bridge over the Royal Palace—was part of the urban renewal of the town during the first decade of the 19th century. The design for the realization of the theater, which foresaw three orders of boxes, 13 each, an audience hall and a spacious stage—dressing rooms included—was commissioned in 18