There are several places dedicated to culture in the Municipality of Acquasparta and in its territory.

Starting from Palazzo Cesi, the cradle of the Renaissance, today closed for renovations but soon to be used again, passing by the places that were abandoned by Federico Cesi, such as the Church of Santa Cecilia which houses its tomb, the Viridarium (also visible for now from the outside) where he studied botany and, a few kilometers away, the same village Cesi, the Archaeological Area of ​​Carsulae, and the Fossil Forest of Dunarobba, you can visit the places that draw the myth of the Lynx.

In the village we can find a fully equipped library and the House of Culture, with the Sala Creonti, home of art and indoor shows of the Umbrian city.

Also suggestive is the path that looks at the Martani Mountains, the mountains dedicated to Mars: those places that see the first presences of the Umbrian people who build the sacred area on Torre Maggiore, and on the same mountains fascinates the possibility of observing the stars from the Observatory of Sant’Erasmo.

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