Tempietto del Clitunno (Temple of Clitumnus)
The Tempietto del Clitunno is an elegant early-Christian building dedicated to S. Salvatore which is found at the foot of Campello sul Clitunno. Some believe it was built in the 4th century or at the beginning of the 5th, whilst others believe it was between the 7th-9th centuries. It uses architectural elements from pagan shrines as recalled by Pliny the Younger, which were found in the nearby springs at the source of the river. Unlike other works of Longobard origin, the majority of the sculpted elements are original and not elements from the Roman age that have been re-used.