Related formsPe·ru·gian [puh-roo-juh n, -jee-uh n] /pəˈru dʒən, -dʒi ən/, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for perugia
The locale was not Perugia, but Seville, in Spain, a country I have lived in and love.
I went to Siena, which was cast as Perugia, for a cameo role as a television journalist in the film.What It's Like to Watch Kate Beckinsale Play You in a Movie|Barbie Latza Nadeau|September 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The house, which was divided into two apartments, is a unique structure in Perugia.The Perugia House Where Meredith Kercher Was Murdered Is for Sale|Barbie Latza Nadeau|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
They were seen by many huddling together in coffee bars in Perugia.
She is still facing slander charges against the Perugia police who she says hit her.
The page in question most closely resembles the Perugia picture, No. 6.
Perugia easily reads her title clear to artistic immortality in having been the home of Perugino, the master of Raphael.Italy, the Magic Land|Lilian Whiting
Back he came to Perugia in 1522, painted the "Transfiguration" for Sta.
While preaching at Perugia, in 1540, he settled the most angry feuds.
I should perhaps do the reader a service by telling him just how a week at Perugia may be spent.Italian Hours|Henry James