Cagli nestles below Monte Catria in the province of Pesaro-Urbino. It is quite far inland on the Pergolese road (strada statale).
We had a drink in one of two pleasant caffes in the main square. It was bustling and well set up, but I would be glad to know why the possibility of getting a spremuta (freshly squeezed fruit juice; very expensive) decreases the farther you go inland.
The Cagliesi are particularly proud of their Torrione, or big tower, all that remains of the town’s fortifications by Francesco di Giorgio Martini, one of Duke Federigo of Montefeltro’s architects. (The other is Lucio Laurana.)
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