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Spoleto (former Spoletium) is an ancient city of central Italy, in the province of Perugia (Umbria region), 385 m above sea level in the foothills of the Apennines. Its population, according to the 2003 census is 38,000 inhabitants. The city is a tourist center and the annual headquarters of the Festival of the Two Worlds (Festival dei Due Mondi), organized since 1958 by the Italian-American composer Gian Carlo Menotti.
The church of San Salvatore is part of a group of seven sites known as «Centers of power of the longobards in Italy (568-774 AD)», declared World Heritage by UNESCO on June 25, 2011 .
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Albergo Vecchio Forno ★★
Druze and Germanic arch
The arch of Druso and Germanicus (also called, simply, arch of Druso) is a Roman arch of the early 1st century located in Spoleto, the old Spoletium, near the Roman temple and the church of Sant'Ansano. It was the gateway to the city forum from the Via Flaminia (next to the place where the Market Square is located today), surpassing the thistle.