Orvieto: Attractions and more...
The Duomo di Orvieto is a Roman cathedral built in the fourteenth century, which contains design elements ranging from the fourteenth to twentieth centuries. The large rose windows, golden mosaics, bronze doors and beautiful paintings are enthralling.
Housing an excellent collection of Etruscan artefacts is the Museo C Fina with various archaeological finds displayed beautifully. Also, the upper floors offer a striking view of the Duomo di Orieto.
The Grotte della Rupe is an amalgamation of various underground caves from the nineteenth century. Through guided tours, visitors will be able to see a medieval olive oil making press as well as Etruscan-era wells and quarries.
In keeping with the country’s jazz tradition, the Umbria Jazz Winter Festival is held every year and has become a global platform for jazz artists. It showcases various performances from living legends like Renato Sellani and Gianni Basso.
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