Driving along the Flaminia in a southerly direction towards Narni, it is possible to admire, in a dominant position with respect to the medieval village, the Rocca Albornoz, an ancient fortress later home to popes, cardinals and condottieri. Arriving in the historic center you can admire Porta delle Arvolte, whose construction was built between 1471 and 1492. The church of San Domenico is a religious complex built in the twelfth century and now used as municipal offices. The Chapel of the Rosary with its frescoed vault by Flemish artists of the 15th century is evocative. Located near the walls and rebuilt in the fifteenth century, the church of Sant’Agostino houses a painted aedicule of the fifteenth century by Pier Matteo d ‘Amelia. After visiting the historic center, we suggest you to move towards the bridge over the Nera, where you can admire the Augustus Bridge, the surviving arch of the Roman artifact of the first century BC. – 160 meters long and 30 meters high – which originally linked the Corviano and Santa Croce mountains. Located on the slopes of the latter, the Benedictine Abbey of San Cassiano, built in late medieval style and restored in the seventies, offers a natural panorama of rare beauty.