Urbino Tour Guide

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Ducal Palace

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Some of the most important architects of the fifteenth century were called by Federico da Montefeltro to complete the Ducal Palace, including Luciano Laurana and Francesco di Giorgio Martini. To build his Palace, he employed… read more Ducal Palace

Raphael’s House

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The birthplace of Raphael is found on the steep road that leads from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazzale Roma. The artist was born in this typical Renaissance home on April 6, 1483. Here the young… read more Raphael’s House

Town Hall

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The ancient building, former home of the Montefeltro family, has been the Town Hall of Urbino since 1444. In the front façade there are traces of the primitive structure of 1200 and of the following… read more Town Hall

Republic Square

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It is located at the centre of the city, between two hills and from here the five main streets flow: Via Mazzini, Via Cesare Battisti, Via Vittorio Veneto, Corso Garibaldi, Via Raffaello. On the north… read more Republic Square


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The Obelisk of Urbino, erected by Cardinal Annibale Albani, is one of the twelve original Egyptian obelisks in Italy and considered as twin of the one in Piazza Minerva in Rome. It comes from a… read more Obelisk