Hilltown Without a Hill

Bevagna is touted as a hilltown without the hill, but somehow it still managed to have ups and downs. Situated along the old Flaminia, an important ancient Roman trading route, this little medieval jewel has plenty of its own languid alleyways, stuffed with flower pots and fascinating architecture. Along the streets, we encountered a couple of surprises. You’ll have to wait until the following post to see them.

In the meantime, you can admire Bevagna along with us:

This town seems especially Medieval

More of the Medieval character of Bevagna

This Roman post remains at the edge of Piazza Silvestro as a reminder of its much earlier inhabitants

A centuries old fountain that still works just fine

Mom and Dad gaze admiringly at one of Bevagna's beautiful churches

Modern day residents relax along
one of the cobbled streets

Two Venus statues grace the sky

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