Let's move on to what is undoubtedly the most important museum in the region: the Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria, on the upper floors of the Palazzo dei Priori, in Perugia. Here the best of Umbrian art is displayed, with works by all the major artists who have passed through the region. The museum is full of admirable masterpieces, we mention only one work, by the hands of masters such as Perugino, Pinturicchio, Caporali (for decorations), Piermatteo d'Amelia and Benedetto Bonfigli: the Stories of San Bernardino (1473), eight panels commissioned by the Franciscan order for the Oratory of San Bernardino, located next to the Church of San Francesco al Prato. Also originally in a chapel of there, and now partly preserved in the National Gallery, was also the Deposition of Christ or Pala Baglioni (1507), with which Raphael Sanzio, a pupil of Perugino, immortalized in the evangelical episode one of the most famous blood feuds among the families that shared control of the city between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, the Baglioni and the Oddi. Another altarpiece for San Francesco al Prato, the Pala degli Oddi (1502), commissioned by the Oddi from Raphael, is now on display in London.