Arcevia – Palazzo dei Priori (Palace of the Prioris)
Palazzo dei Priori is a monumental 14th century building also enclosing the Misa Theatre, a rare place rebuilt in 1840 in the style of the classical “teatro all’italiana".
The Palace currently hosts contemporary art shows, such as “Ar[t]cevia – International Art Festival”, and the “Edgardo Mannucci" International Sculpture Prize. To the maestro and to the Twentieth Century art a gallery is dedicated inside the San Francesco Cultural Centre (also housing some of his artworks and Bruno d'Arcevia's). Furthermore Palazzo dei Priori hosts the showroom of Giuseppe Gigli from Arcevia, one of the most appreciated Italian contemporary painters.
Arcevia – The Pearl of the Mountains. So called because of its exceptional location (535 metres above sea level) offering incomparable views and scenic landscapes of the mountains, the hills, the sea, and its nine medieval Castles.
Located within the Natural Regional Park of Gola della Rossa e Frasassi, it boasts globally relevant archaeological sites, the State Archaeological Museum, and churches conserving artworks by important artists like Luca Signorelli, and Giovanni and Mattia Della Robbia. A land preserving traditional farming practices, such as the Ottofile corn.