For today's View over Italy, we fly over to the Marche region and visit the comune of Mondavio for some stunning views of Rocca di Mondavio - the imposing castle built in the 15th century, designed by Tuscan architect Francesco di Giorgio Martini.
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Mondavio is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Pesaro e Urbino in the Italian region Marche, located about 45 kilometres (28 mi) west of Ancona and about 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Pesaro.
Things to see:
Rocca di Mondavio, a Renaissance castle designed by Francesco di Giorgio Martini and built between 1482 and 1492.
Santi Pietro e Paterniano
Santa Maria della Quercia
Civic Museum and Pinacoteca, Mondavio
From the Mondavio Guide:
Mondavio, is one of Italy's most enchanting destinations. The drive from Ancona unveils a scenic route, winding uphill through picturesque hills that lead you further inland. As you approach Mondavio, the sight becomes increasingly impressive. The majestic castle and the striking trio of bell towers, nestled within the impeccably preserved town walls, command attention and dominate the idyllic countryside that stretches beyond.
Prepare to be captivated by the timeless beauty and rich history of Mondavio, a place where past and present seamlessly merge.
Link to Marche Tourism Site
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