Trevi: the roads of olive oil

Trevi is the capital of oil and one of the most ancient umbrian towns, quoted by Plinio as Trebiae, is located on the slopes of Mount Serano.
Beside the wonderful panoramic view of the Umbrian valley, Trevi has numerous buildings with frescoes on their façades, the charming theatre Clitunno by Domenico Mollaioli, the Town Tower and some churches.
To be mentioned is that of San Francesco with some works of Spagna or, outside of walls, that of Madonna delle Lacrime (XV – XVI Centuries) with the Cappella del Presepio, beautified by the master Benozzo Gozzoli’s frescoes..