Umbria Storytelling

Umbria in Fiction

Umbria is more than just a charming Italian region; it is a world of possibilities for filmmakers and directors wishing to capture its timeless beauty and charm.

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The Legends of Saint Valentine

The story of Saint Valentine of Terni is shrouded in mystery and folklore, with various legends intertwining over the centuries. Saint Valentine is revered as the patron saint of lovers, and his feast day on February 14th is celebrated worldwide.

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The Sanctuary of Merciful Love of Collevalenza

Umbria, with its picturesque hilly landscapes, medieval villages, and deep spiritual roots, is one of Italy’s gems. Among the numerous attractions this region has to offer, the Sanctuary of Collevalenza stands out as a place of devotion, hope, and reflection.

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San Costanzo’s Torcolo

The typical sweet of the tradition to celebrate San Costanzo is, in fact, the Torcolo, behind which there are many legends and mysteries related to the Saint that still today make this sweet full of charm and history.

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The Largest Tree in the World in Gubbio

Officially, the date of birth of the project and the construction of the tree that lies on the gentle slopes of Monte Igino in Gubbio dates back to 1891, receiving in 1991 the Guinness Book of Records as the largest Christmas tree in the world.

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Fiera dei Morti

If you’re looking for a unique experience in Perugia, don’t miss the one-of-a-kind celebration: the Fair of the Dead.

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Luisa Spagnoli

Luisa Spagnoli: Beyond Fashion and Chocolate, a Woman Philanthropist on the Horizon. A legacy goes far beyond runways and treats

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Mostaccioli

In the month of September, typically known for the grape harvest and the grape harvest, we find a famous traditional dessert from Umbria

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What to do in Umbria in September? UmbriaSì tells you

Discover Umbria in September in the month that begins to smell of harvest and early autumn.
Immerse yourself in a world of natural beauty, delicious food and fascinating traditions.
Get ready to discover what to do in Umbria during this month full of events and emotions.

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Umbria Jazz 2023

Umbria Jazz is finally back, the most awaited musical event in Umbria, the most important musical festival dedicated to the world of Jazz in Italy

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Marmore’s Fall

The Marmore’s Fall, formed by the Velino and the Nera, tributaries of the Tiber, is one of the most visited natural attractions in Umbria, although

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Big Bench in Umbria

The much discussed and loved “Giant Benches” have also arrived in Umbria with five installations respectively in Colle Umberto, Città di Castello, Bevagna, Preci and Montefalco.

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Dante and the olive tree

We dedicate a space to Dante and Umbrian oil through the book “Dante conversations. Oil from Umbria: what remains of Dante’s Middle Ages in food and wine Umbria”

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Chocolate lessons

From the foresight, sagacity, vision and revolutionary and modern ideas of Luisa Spagnoli, Perugina was born in 1907 from a small laboratory in the center of Perugia

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