Umbria is a region in the center of Italy. The capital is Perugia, the other main town is Terni. This region is one of the 5 in Italy that does not have access to the sea. The terrain is full of mountains and hills and is known for its countryside sceneries. This is the home of St. Valentine as well as the well-known town of Assisi. Lake Trasimeno and the Tiber River are situated here also. It shares a border with Tuscany, Le Marche, and Lazio. Additonally, one of the main traditions of Umbria is the festival of the candles, or ceri. It is held every year on May 15th since 1160. Umbria is known for its agriculture and, in fact, supplies 45% of Italy’s black truffles. It also produces great quality olive oil and wines.