TodemmyWhen we visited this place is early June and the only colors appear in meadow is green grass and yellow flower. It wasn''t colorful as the picture shown in TA. Maybe July is better time to see the peak of blooming flowers with many colors. However, this plain is surrounded by mountains and hills and field of lentils. We only stop for brief since it doesn''t live up our expectation. If come at the right time, this place is very beautiful.
JimmyLuMRBuilt in the early 14th century, it was the largest castle of that era, with a huge underground building. There used to be several powerful families in Perugia. After the unification of Italy, the place was destroyed and the ruins became a symbol of resistance to exploitation.
203***17Perugia is an ancient town with Gothic architecture. The square on November 4th can be a relatively large square in the local area. It may be that the whole city is a mountain city, so it is not easy to have such an open space. The building is very special, if you drive by yourself, it’s okay to check it out
203***17It can be said that there are churches everywhere in Europe, especially the cathedrals at every turn. This church claims to be ranked very high among the religions in Italy, so I went to see it. There is nothing special, but I feel that it is in the night. Finding a place and admiring the building under the lighting effect, it feels good
Almost every year I have chance to visit the plain of Castelluccio di Norcia, a truly magical place located between the regions of Umbria and Marche, in the Sibillini Mountains, Italy. Every July the plain is the stage of an incredible flowering (the "fioritura") of lentils, poppers, daisies, bluebottles, and other flowers. The result is a huge show of colors that draws thousands of people from around Italy and more. Horses and sheep are also a common sight in the plain. In many ways, this place looks so unreal that
you wouldn't think it really exists. The area was hit by a major earthquake in 2016 and the village of Castelluccio has been mostly wiped off, but the fascination of this place remains intact and worth of preservation. #italy #umbria #italytravel #italybeauties #travel #amazingplacetobe #awesomepic