Dk Eyewitness Travel Guide Umbria

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Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0756683777
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Produced in inimitable DK Eyewitness style, this new guide was written by Italians who have intimate insider knowledge of this delightful region. Umbria is broken down into Northern and Southern sections, and features such famous towns as Assisi and Orvieto, as well as the region's many wonderful and unspoiled national parks, art, and history. You'll find sights, markets, and festivals listed town by town, as well as walks, scenic routes, and thematic tours that will ensure you don't miss a thing. Illustrated food features highlight regional specialties and you'll find an impressive selection of restaurants and hotels. Whether you are visiting the stunning hill-town of Perugia or taking a lesson in art history at Assissi, capture the flavors of Umbria with the Eyewitness Travel Guide.

Umbria

Author: Julia della Croce
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811823517
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A visual and gastronomic tour offers a culinary history of such hill towns as Deruta, Perugia, and Assisi; and includes recipes for such fare as Penci with Sausage, Lemon and Nutmeg Sauce, and Lorella Puccetti's Lentils with Seafood. Original. 20,000 first printing.

Umbria

Author: Ian C. Ross
Editor: Viking Canada
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This cultural history of Umbria begins with its early settlement by the Etruscans and Romans. It then describes the region through the Middle Ages right up to the present day.

Umbria

Author: Patricia Clough
Editor: Haus Publishing
ISBN: 1909961485
Size: 13,57 MB
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When Patricia Clough, a former foreign correspondent, bought a house in Umbria, she knew that buying her dream home did not mean that life would become a dream. By the end of this book, in which she describes the journey of making Umbria her home, she is sure that “if one has basic requirements for being happy, then Umbria provides some of the best surroundings for happiness.” Clough pores over Umbria's enchanting countryside, its tumultuous history, its ancient culture and sumptuous food, and laments that for a long time Umbria was mistaken for its fashionable neighbor, Tuscany. This is not a guide to buying a home in Italy, nor a guidebook for your holiday—though it would be useful as both of these things—but a story in which a woman discovers and marvels at the place she begins to call home.

Karen Brown S 2007 Tuscany Umbria

Author: Nicole Franchini
Editor: Karen Brown's Guides
ISBN: 9781933810133
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A regional guide to two of our favorite destinations: Tuscany and Umbria. An invaluable companion in planning your own vacation to this wonderful part of the world with its architectural treasures, historical cities, medieval hilltowns, vineyards and enchanting destinations. Features over 200 hotels, villas and bed & breakfasts-from affordable to decadent.

Umbria

Author: Jonathan Keates
Editor: Tuttle Pub
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Ancient Umbria

Author: Guy Bradley
Editor: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 019155409X
Size: 17,98 MB
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How should we understand the ways in which the regions of Italy were affected by Roman imperialism? This book, which is the first full-scale treatment of ancient Umbria in any language, takes a balanced view of the region's history in the first millennium BC, focusing on local actions and motivations as much as the effect of outside influences and Roman policies. Through a careful reading of all the types of evidence it provides an important challenge to traditional treatments emphasising the 'Romanization' of the region, arguing that this is a poor explanation for the complexity of local societies in the late Republican period. Instead it proposes that other trends, particularly the organization of states, help to explain the fascinating plurality of identities that are evident in the imperial period and allow us to appreciate the diversity of local societies that emerged in both mountain and lowland areas of Umbria.

Umbria

Author: Touring Club of Italy
Editor: Touring Editore
ISBN: 9788836528370
Size: 19,48 MB
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From Italy's preeminent publisher of guidebooks and maps comes this revised and updated edition of the definitive cultural guide to the "Green Heart of Italy." Touring Club of Italy's comprehensive guide to Umbria provides travelers with unparalleled information on the medieval cities and lush rolling hills of Umbria. Part of TCI's Heritage Guide series, this book features city overviews, 18 walking and driving tours with detailed maps, pictures from top photographers showcasing well-known art treasures and local traditions, and information on museums, galleries, theaters, shopping, and accommodations. Written by a uniquely qualified editorial board of specialists, many of whom are respected art and architecture historians, the guide covers the legendary museums of Perugia, Todi, Foligno, and Montefalco, modern art galleries in Citta di Castello, and specialized museums in Torgiano and Deruta. A section on the cuisine of Umbria and the world-famous wines of Orvieta, Torgiano, and Montefalco whets the reader's palate. A chapter on tourist information and an index give practical travel tips and help the reader locate information instantly.

The Cities Of Umbria

Author: Edward Hutton
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My House In Umbria

Author: William Trevor
Editor: Penguin Group USA
ISBN:
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While riding on a train in the Italian countryside, novelist and former madam Emily Delahunty falls victim to a terrorist bombing, yet her new friendships with fellow survivors prove to be a life-altering experience.