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With our city card we tried to visit as many of the included sites and museums as possible. The Cambio is open on a Monday and we’ll worth visiting. It’s located at one end of the old palace structure and its art work, wood work...More
If you are interested in art and wondering about renaissance pieces, it's the place to see. I was fascinated to see the works of Perugino and also other renaissance paintings. You can see everything you read on the art books. Also the woodworks are amazing....More
The Noble Collegio del Cambio contains rooms that were used by the banker’s guild that are covered in frescos. I had read that the rooms must be seen when in Perugia. It is actually in the town hall building around the corner from where I...More
We had a museum card and so stopped in here as part of that list. The building is very old and very intact, with coffered ceilings and frescoed wall that date from its time as the meeting place for the money changers. I recommend if...More
The Noble Collegio de Cambio would be good enough reason alone to fly from anywhere and come to Perugia, at least for the lovers of art. It is decorated with splendid paintings by the most famous Umbria school painter, Perugino who in turn was the...More
This is a famous place because of the frescoes by Perugia's home-town artist, Pietro Vannucci, known as the Little Perugian, i.e. Perugino. The paintings are in a sort of fraternity house, nothing like the one at your U.S. college, however. This one has elegant wall...More