Bevagna is a small picturesque town in Italy. It was founded by the Etruscans, and during the Roman Empire was a stop on the important Via Flamannia road. It was later conquered by the Lombards. After 1000 it was ruled as a free city, but was twice destroyed, in 1152 by Frederick Barbarossa and in 1249. Afterwards, Bevagna passed to the Papal States and in 1860 was annexed to the Kingdom of Italy. The most interesting things to see in Bevagna are the beautiful medieval Piazza Filippo Silvestri, the 12th-century churches of St. Sylvester and St. Michael, the Museum of Bevagna, the Roman mosaic, etc.

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