Via Cesare Agostini is dominated by a red brick overpass called Arch of Polinori, which has three openings decorated with Gothic architectural motifs on the front side. Under the windowsill there are the terracotta coats of arms of the Trinci and Beccafumi families, who once lived there. In fact, the house with a fifteenth-century façade on which the arch rests on the left, at number 5, belonged to the Beccafumi family, which died out in the eighteenth century. On the opposite side, at number 10, there was the home of Marcello Leopardi, a painter from the Marche region who left important traces of his art in Foligno and throughout Umbria.
Il progetto Divina Foligno è sviluppato nell’ambito del “programma Agenda urbana di Foligno Smart community - Comunità, Sostenibilità – Foligno 2020” intervento OT.6 INT_01 “Realizzazione della rete di attrattori culturali attraverso la realizzazione di itinerari culturali e tematici
The Divina Foligno project is promoted and financed as part of the "Urban Agenda of Foligno Smart community - Community, Sustainability - Foligno 2020 program" intervention OT.6 INT_01 "Creation of a network of cultural attractions through the creation of cultural and thematic itineraries"