It stands on the left side of Tiber, in the middle of a green valley dominated by Mount Acuto, on the ancient pre-Romanic road that connected Perugia to Città di Castello and Arezzo, it was born as trade centre for Umbria people and Etruscans exchanges. The Romans called it “Pitulum”. It was destroyed by the Goths and rebuilt by Uberto Marchese di Toscana’s sons, under the name of Fratta at the end of the VIII Century.

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