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Perugia, View of the Palazzo dei Priori from Via Cesare Fani
Italy

Visiting Perugia, you take the Minimetro into town. The two elevators will take you to the historic center. When you leave the building of the elevators, you will head directly towards this beautifull ancient Palazzo. Turn to the right just in front of the Palazzo and you will reach the Cathedral San Lorenzo.

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Uploaded: 04/09/2011
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Tags: perugia; old town; historic center; palazzo dei priori; via cesare fani; street scene; galleria nazionale dell'umbria
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