Casa di Sant'Ubaldo
According to tradition, the fourteenth-century building located in the central Via Baldassini, ownedà dell’ Università degli Studi di Perugia and recently loaned d’ use by the Foundation of Perugia Savings Bank, it was precisely the Holy House Ubaldo.All’ interior of the structure are preserved some traces of the original wall decorations, while the façade externalè been set back as a result of the construction of facing municipal buildings. The house contains a conference room, a work space and upstairs a magnificent hall that houses an iconographic gallery of the patron saint of Gubbio and a collection of paintings and tiles of extraordinary historical and artistic value. The“&rdquo ;, Iconography of the Patron present on the first floor, it consists of well over thirty reproductions of paintings from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century. The works come from private collections, public and from some of the cityà churches; Gubbio and the surrounding territory, and recall the’ work of important artists, including Sinibaldo Ibi, Benedict Nucci, Virgilio Nucci, Giovanni Maria Baldassini, Federico Brunori, Francesco Allegrini. In the collection of“&rdquo Paintings and majolica; always on the first floor, appear valuable paintings created between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by artists such as Nicola Giuli, Margherita Caffi, Giulio Bucci and Gaetano octane. Among the tiles are works of Ginori and pieces from Pesaro, but the più nucleus; bodiedè made of majolica luster of Gualdo Tadino and Gubbio, with plates and decorated vases, products of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Although only recently opened to the public, the Homeè become a reference point for the whole communityà Gubbio andè often destined to seat activityà exhibition and activityà cultural, congress and museum.