The ancient Umbrian town of Amelia is situated in a sloping territory around 400 meters above sea level, towards the south of the Umbria district of central italy between the Tiber and the Nera River, on a slope on the correct side of the stream called "Fosso Grande".
It is a standout amongst the most fascinating old towns in southern Umbria.
In the town, which is encompassed by enormous 'polygonal' dividers, numerous styles are joined from the Middle Ages until the eighteenth century.
The churches and castles show the significance that Amelia had in the sixteenth and eighteenth hundreds of years from the creative perspective.
There is much to find in Amelia including numerous royal residences and churches which save exceptional works of art.