This hall is surely the most picturesque of the whole congress centre. It is named after the bronze tablets of Gubbio (“Eugubine”) that describe the religious rituals of the ancient Umbrians, dating back to the III-I century B. C. (discovered in 1444 and at present preserved in the Palazzo dei Consoli).
It is located on the first floor opposite the cloister of the monastery. This space has a ceiling whose arcade and vaults are entirely built by bricks.
The small windows in a row preserve the mighty light captured by the magnificent position in which the building lies and, by exalting its Franciscan simplicity, enhances its deep historic and architectural beauty.
Lenght 21 m.
Width 5,25 m.
Height 3,50 m. – Vault height
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