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Tempietto sul Clitunno. Campello sul Clitunno (PG)

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The Tempietto del Clitunno—in the shape of a small Temple of the kind the Romans called sacellum—is located in Pissignano, under Campello sul Clitunno Municipality, along the slope of Colle San Benedetto, which dominates the Spoleto Valley. Considered one of the most interesting early-medieval monuments of Umbria, it is one of the seven jewels of Longobard art and architecture in Italy, which were recently included in the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage list. Among the most attractive elements of the visit to this place is its suggestive location, already described by Pliny the Younger as a place covered by “old cypress trees, a spring gushes out, which, breaking up into different and unequal streams, forms itself, after several windings, into a large, broad basin of water”. (C. Plinius Cecilius Secundus, Panegiricus VIII, 8) 1 The construction, which was built with re-used architectural elements of ancient Roman times, and probably with remnants of a pre-existing Sanctuary structure [...]