Collazzone is an Umbrian village with 3574 inhabitants ( 31 December 2012). The place belongs to the province of Perugia and the territory of the middle Tiber valley. The community is located between Perugia ( about 25 kilometers from Perugia) and Todi.
The Tiber and the Puglia flow through the municipality. It is part of the Comunità montana Trasimeno Medio Tevere and is located in the climatic classification of Italian communities in the zone E, 2266 GR / G.
- Church and Franciscan Monastery San Lorenzo
- Madonna dell'Acquasanta
- Watchtower from the 16th century
The districts Assignano, Canalicchio, Casalalta, Collepepe Galietole and Piedicolle all have castle walls and had retained a medieval core. In Collepepe there is also an archaeological site.
- Iacopone da Todi ( between 1230 and 1236-1306 ), lawyer and later, persecuted as heretics Franciscan monk