This part of the town contains the most important buildings from a religious and political point of view. We find the Cathedral, named after Saint Florido Bishop and patron saint of the town. He lived in the 6th century and is said to have helped rebuild the town after Totila had destroyed it. Then there is the Town Hall which was designed and built by Angelo da Orvieto (1322 – 1338) and stands right next to the Cathedral. The building is rectangular and the façade is interspersed with beautiful double lancet windows and an impressive main door with a lunette above it where the coat of arms of the town has been placed. The square that houses these important buildings is also home to the civic tower that stands next to the Bishop’s Palace. This was built at the time of the communes. The Palazzo del Podestà is also attributed to Angelo da Orvieto. It has been renovated several times up to the seventeenth century and these alterations can clearly be seen from Piazza Matteotti, Piazza Fanti and Corso Cavour. The historical centre of Città di Castello is unusual because it has two equally important squares (Piazza Gabriotti and Piazza Matteotti). These were once entitled Piazza delle Donne and Piazza Vitelli but are now known to all as Piazza di Sotto e Piazza di Sopra.