Lying along the sea at the mouth of the river Misa, Senigallia was founded in the fourth century BC by the Gauls and was the first Roman colony along the Adriatic coast. Important center in the Imperial age, the city was sacked in 400 AD by Alaric, but soon resources.
Urbino has ancient origins, evidenced by the discovery of archaeological material dating from the fourth century BC Period of greatest splendor during the Rinascimanto, favored by the presence of the Montefeltro family.
Spoleto is one of the oldest cities of Umbria boasting over 2500 years of history. Its founders were the Huns but good luck for the city came only with the Roman Empire. In fact, it became a colony of the empire in 241 BC, known by the name of Spoletium.