We continue on Via del Pignattello. In the Middle Ages, this road was populated by potters who produced pots, small ceramic or terracotta bowls which, when filled with oil and a wick, were used to light homes. We turn left onto Via degli Umiliati to reach the gates of Villa Rubini. Following the path, we come to a terrace overlooking the city: from the Basilica of San Francesco, our gaze moves towards the bulk of the dome of Provenzano. Behind the Rocca Salimbeni, the Torre del Mangia peaks out, while on the right, the façade of the Duomo emerges. From Via dei Montanini, we go down the steep slope of Vallerozzi towards Pian d’Ovile. Then take Via del Lavatoio to the left.