The small village of Vigne is located on a hill crossed by the route of the ancient Via Flaminia near the Sanguinaro bridge.
Vigne of Narni.
A reading of the Municipal Statutes reveals a continuous state of submission of Vigne with respect to Narni.
The village stretches around what is the Church of San Lino which was built in the first years of the 1900 after a fire and preserves an interesting canvas of the painter Carlo Benincasa of Narni.
Vigne – 05035, Narni
The village can be visited on foot.
We recommend parking near the Church of San Lino.
Discover with us the interesting places nearby.
Or discover the points of interest of Narni and of its territory:
Church of Santa Maria Impensole
The Church of Santa Maria Impensole rises in the old town of Narni at the entrance of what today is via Mazzini, former via Cajola,
Piazza Garibaldi (Garibaldi Square) was once called Lake Square or Lacus square because of a large cistern used during the Middle Ages to provide water
The central aisle
Entering the Cathedral of Narni, from piazza Cavour it’s suggested to go in the center to look at the building in all of its elements: