along with the authentic tales of everyday life
told by the pottery.
Traces of a rural society that is still alive.
Marsciano, the Pottery Routes
At the center of a vast plain among the green Umbrian hills and picturesque medieval castles, since ancient times Marsciano has been an important crossroads between Perugia, Todi and Orvieto. The Marsciano area is typical of the Umbrian landscape, a journey through the places of rural, crafts and industrial culture.
Dynamic Museum of Brick and Terracotta
Traces of rural, crafts and industrial culture
Palazzo Pietromarchi, a noble residence built in the 1300s by the family of the Bulgarelli counts of Marsciano, has an extensive collection collects of brick building materials, dating from Roman times up to the present, as well as decorative terracottas and pottery for everyday use.