Frantoio Amelia TR
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Addressvia delle rimembranze, 82 05022 Amelia TR
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Archeology museum - Amelia
The collection is housed in the ex College Boccarini, originally a Franciscan convent from the 13th-14th centuries, with double loggia built in the sixteenth century.
Cathedral of Amelia
The Cathedral of Amelia is the town's most important religious building and it was erected on the sacred summit of the town in the year 872. In 1629 a huge fire destroyed the cathedral, which was rebuilt in Baroque style.
Palazzo Petrignani - Amelia
Palazzo Petrignani is located in the charming Piazza Marconi and is a remarkable example of a Renaissance style noble building from 1500. The unfinished building was made built by Fantino Petrigani who become very important in the Papal Curia, under the protection of Pope Gregory XIII.
Palazzo Nacci - Amelia
Palazzo Nacci shows different phases of construction; it was begun in the fourteenth century and completed in the following century, and it was made up of three buildings.
Church of San Francesco - Amelia
In 1287 Brother Bartolomeo of Amelia founded the church of San Francesco, initially dedicated to Saints Filippo and Giacomo, according to the chronicles of the time. Its construction, between 1401 and 1406, was overseen by the Umbrian Masters Menucci of Amelia and Giovanni Di Nicola of Castel dell'Aquila.
Girotti Figs are a typical product of the town of Amelia. Stuffed with chocolate and dried fruit, they have been produced and packaged by the Girotti family since 1830.