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The ancient village of Trevi is nestled into one of the last spurs of Monte Serano and it has a magnificent panoramic view. Trevi town centre is surrounded by undulating green olive groves which in some places reach right up to its medieval walls. The "Passeggiata" is a magnificent 800 m tree-lined road (close to traffic during the summer) with spectacular views onto the valley below. Cart tracks lead up to an altitude of 1000 m. in 10 minutes from where it is possible to continue for the peaks of Monte Brunette (1425 m) and Monte Serano (1429 m) with no great difficulty.
The origins of Trevi are lost in time, paleolithic ruins in the area tesify an earlier prehistoric civilisation. Its importance grew in particular under Roman rule whe the old Flaminia Way was restored. In ancient times its territories covered vast areas of the surrounding hills and valleys, with fertile land around the river Clitunno and communications secured by the Flaminia; it was also a diocese till the end of the 11th century. Allied with Perugia against Spoleto, it only became autonomous in 1389 after various fights with neighbouring communes. Subsequent dominions followed, the most disastrous being the Trinci's of Foligno till 1438.
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