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Passignano Sul Trasimeno in Umbria, Italy, sits on the edge of Lago Trasimeno, the largest lake in Central Italy. The town is popular with both Italians and tourists, in particular for the vast array of restaurants offering fish dishes prepared from fish caught in the lake by local fishermen. The town also has a lot of craft and ceramic shops and boasts a ferry terminal that takes passengers across the lake to the islands or over to Castiglione del Lago on the other side of the lake.
Hidden down an alleyway in Passignano Sul Trasimeno is this wonderful restaurant, specialising in fish but with a broad menu to suit all tastes. In the heat of the day this outdoor eating area with tables and chairs and red table cloths is cool and inviting. A covered veranda all the way around the restaurant provides plenty of shady seating area.
This artworks is offered by Dorothy Berry-Lound
Born in the South of England I now live half way up a mountain in Umbria, Italy. I work from my art studio looking out over fabulous views of the Italian countryside. An artist and blogger, I specialize in photo art and acrylic painting. I create art to make your heart smile, capturing the spirit of place in towns and villages, or creating art to enhance the energy of your home or workplace.
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