Perugia + Slow Food + Vin Santo

By Daniel Giantomaso & Brian Leung & Jacqueline Savory

Perugia, the capital of Umbria, is well-known for its artistic culture and visual history art and is an important hub for the region. The city is the home to the Galleria Nazionale which curates Umbrian paintings including works by Perguno, Pinturicchio, di Duccio and Caporali. This gallery occupies the third floor of the Palazza dei Priori and holds the largest collection of Umbrian paintings from the 13th to the 19th century. The city serves as an international stage for jazz music with its Umbrian Jazz festival, drawing over 200,000 people each year.

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