A charming village of ancient Etruscan origins, Bettona is a small town that rises three Umbrian hills, surrounded by imposing walls.

Too small to become a politically independent municipality, Bettona was always tied to the fortunes of the Papal States until its dissolution.

Worth seeing are the church of S. Maria Maggiore, of very ancient origins, reconsecrated in 1225, the church of San Crispoldo with its beautiful 13th-century cusped bell tower, the Etruscan tomb and last but not least the spectacular view of Assisi and Perugia.

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