Terni, the main city of the province, is known as the city of lovers as it houses the remains of St. Valentine, patron saint of the lovers, which gives its name to the Basilica. Among other religious buildings to visit is also the Gothic church of San Francesco dating back to the thirteenth century with inside a cycle of frescoes by Bartolomeo di Tommaso from Giotto’s school. Near the central Piazza della Repubblica, stands the imposing Palazzo Spada, belonged to the family Sword, now the town. While, in Piazza Duomo you can see the ruins of Fausto, a bullring oval elliptical, and probably dating back to 32 AD, that can hold more than 10,000 spectators. In the rest of the province it is recommended to admire the rock of Orvieto, where is situated the Dome, the iconic image of this area, known and appreciated worldwide. Scattered throughout the area are also the archaeological remains as the area of Carsulae, ancient Roman town traversed by the ancient Via Flaminia, which includes many monuments, including the arch of San Damiano. Not to be missed are the city of Amelia with ancient origins and the town of Narni, which became a Latin colony in 299 d.C., where is possible see its towers, fountains, Gothic and Romanesque churches.