Montefalco

Montefalco (litterally, mountain + oak = falco) has this name (which replaced the old Coccorone or Concurione) because of Federico II that lived in the country around 1249-50, and that was renowed for his passion for this bird used to live in Montefalco. Today no more hawkish, but probably the old charm of this place has remained intact over the centuries.