Chiesa di S. Sebastiano (Church of St. Sebastian).
“Il Martirio di San Sebastiano” (1505). Pietro Vannucci called “il Perugino”.
This is one of the renaissance maestro`s great masterpieces and represents the martyrship of St. Sebastian focusing on, rather than the traces of blood on his body, the ecstacy of the Saint as he languidly accepts the arrows, his face
looking at the God which is blessing him. It is an almost theatrical scene with a dance around the naked body of Sebastian whilst in the background the gently rolling landscape so loved by il Perugino are lovingly depicted. This church also houses the detached fresco "Madonna on throne with musical angels"
recently attributed to a young Raffaello.
Chiesa della Madonna della Sbarra (Church of the Madonna della Sbarra). Museum of the Sacred furnishings located in the ancient church`s romitory, it contains a collection of vestments, candelabra, wooden statues and all the requirements for dressing the church’s five altars. The items on display cover the period between the 16th and 20th centuries, and are evidence of wealth and variety of donations.
Teatro Cesare Caporali (The Cesare Caporali Theatre). A small architectural jewel of the 18th century, with154 seats in a wooden horseshoe structure, entirely stuccoed and rendered even richer by the magnificent stage curtain painted by Mariano Piervittori (1869), the Teatro Caporali has always been the cultural heart of Panicale presenting drama, music and dance events.