Info Point #15

This emotional journey is an encouragement to all, especially for the younger generation of today, as the knowledge of local history and traditions of the past, build respect and love for their [...]

Info Point #14

For centuries Casa Castalda was part of the papal state and remained under Perugia’s domain until the year 1798: the year when French troops declared that temporal power of popes was over. Former [...]

Info Point #13

In the historical archives of the municipality of Valfabbrica, a metal stamp dated 1570 has been conserved. The stamp consists of an emblem of our community with two overlapping towers with the [...]

Info Point #12

In the year 1490 Casa Castalda closed its gates to Perugia’s tax collectors. Perugia responded (as historical reporter Crispolti wrote) by secretly sending 500 units of infantry and cavalry to [...]

Info Point #11

From the records of Guerriero de’ Campioni from Gubbio, a notary and judge, we learn that in the year 1469 the pope Pius II (Enea Silvio Piccolomini) departed from Rome on the 14 th of June [...]

Info Point #10

According to reports of that time, a notary Ser Affricanus Civis Perusinus was murdered by nine local farmers in our castle. He was an official chosen by Perugia to manage the castle. The [...]

Info Point #9

After years of fighting between Perugia and Gubbio, we learn from the statute of the year 1279 in the book n° 223, that Perugia carried out a survey of the 27 new families purchased together with [...]

Info Point #8

Since first decades of the 13th century, and in the years that followed, through armed conquests, Perugia had enlarged its territory to damage neighbouring cities, such as, Gubbio in particular. [...]

Info Point #7

In Gubbio’s historical records many interesting memories of the Reali-Suppolini family can be found, such as the testament of Montaldo Suppolino of 1278. The historical reporter Picotti, [...]

Info Point #6

The castle of Casacastalda, even from the authority derived from the title of Pieve, came to find itself at the center of an important civil administration which included castles and neighbouring [...]