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Trevi is a common in the province of Perugia, in Umbria. “Plinio the old” classifies him as a city of the Umbrian, and the Latin name Trebia could derive from the Umbrian root Treb, which is part of the words that in that ancient language meant house, building and building. Its existence, before Roman domination, is also witnessed by the "Bovara stele", with archaic inscription, recently found, but in its territory they provided prehistoric civilizations as evidenced by the finds of the Paleolithic.


MONUMENTS AND PLACES OF ART:Church of San Francesco.

Museum complex of San Francesco.

Sanctuary of “Madonna delle Lacrime” : With an adjoining home for disabilities (the work of Blessed Bonilli) run by the Sisters of the Holy Family. The church has a pictures by Perugino and representing the adoration of the Magi, and a fresco by Giovanni di Pietro called “The Spain” depicting the transport of Christ to the tomb.

Benedictine abbey and church of “San Pietro in Bovara”: Near is situated the olive of Sant'Emiliano that has more than 1700 years.

Romanesque Church of “Santa Maria di Pietrarossa”