Not distant from Todi
and Montefalco there's
this small medieval village, named for the first time in the
1004 a.D and fief the Bulgarelli family until 1281, when it
passed under Perugia.
offers remarkable panoramic sights on surrounding hills, an
interesting museum of earthenware and the Prrocchiale,
rebuilt last century with neogotich shapes, which keeps a
fresco of Perugino's school: Madonna with the Child and, behind
the altar, a wooden crucifix (XIII sec.).
But Marsciano above all means wine, as here
all the grapes of the region is taken to the wine cellar Umbria
Viticoltori for winemaking.