San Gemini is a beautiful, small hill town in Umbria along the ancient Roman road, the Via Flaminia. Located between Rome and Florence, it is a convenient base for travel in central Italy. Rome can be reached in one hour and a half; other cities such as Perugia, Spoleto, Todi, Assisi, and Orvieto are even closer. Situated within easy reach of a wealth of cultural resources (museums, libraries, and many of the world’s treasures of art and architecture), San Gemini is a friendly town where students can easily meet local people and enjoy life in the Italian countryside.

The town has been settled continuously since ancient Roman times to the present. On a small scale, its history and urban evolution parallel that of most Italian cities, making it a manageable and comprehensible microcosm of Italian life and history.

The Town




San Gemini Preservation Studies
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