is a dream on the Clitunno's and Topino's valleys. It took
its modern name by the hunting with the falcon that Federico
II here played durin 1249, one year before his death. Before
it was known as Coccorone and was populated of nice roman
villas along its slopes.
Rightly considered one of the most marvellous medieval city
of Italy, Montefalco doesn't stop of stunnig the attentive
visitor for its magnificent buildings such as the San
Francesco's church (now seat of a the Pinacoteca
(Museum) that keeps works by Benozzo Gozzoli and Perugino,
the Santa Chiara's church and the
Sant'Agostino's church, both medieval.
Montefalco besides is famous in Italy and all over the world
for being the Sagrantino's area of production
and for its excellent olive oil.