During the Renaissance, the Upper Tiber Valley, a crossroads between different territories, became a destination for artists from different parts of Italy
Between Città di Castello and San Giustino you can discover suggestive examples of Italian-style gardens, with box hedges that form regular flower beds, and small botanical treasures
In the Upper Tiber Valley, alongside the traces left by the ancient Romans and the masters of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, contemporary art has found multiple ways to express itself, earning a space that places it in an original harmony between present and past.
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In the Upper Tiber Valley, the textile tradition was concentrated in female convents and monasteries, where sacred vestments and grave goods were produced, and in the countryside, where women dedicated themselves to embroidery to meet family needs.