The village of Massa Martana

The town of Massa Martana, known as the vicus already in Roman times, reached independence and relative importance during the medieval period when, thanks to the noble families of the Bentivenga and the Bonaccorsi, it was governed properly. Certainly, the subsequent entry into the State of the Church has allowed the town to enjoy good health for all the centuries to come.

Today completely restored after the terrible earthquake in 1997, it is famous for having given birth to the young woman who designed the symbol of the Jubilee of 2000.