Key to Umbria: Bevagna

The design of Palazzo Lepri (18th century), at number 72 Corso Giacomo Matteotti, is attributed to Andrea Vici.  The inscriptions to either side of the central portal record the visits of King Umberto I to Bevagna in 1882 and 1892 and [what ??].

The palace housed the municipal offices of Bevagna from 1832 until relatively recently.  [The ex-Sala del Consiglio contains frescoes (1867) by Mariano Piervittori].

The palace now houses the Museo Civico, which incorporates:

  1. the Museo Archelogico; and

  2. the Pinacoteca.

The ticket on sale here also covers entrance to:

  1. the Roman baths; and

  2. the Teatro Francesco Torti.

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Museums of Bevagna

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The images below link to detailed pages on the most important museums in Bevagna.