Two strong earthquakes hit the same area shaken back in August, that killed nearly 300 people.
Two powerful tremors struck central Italy on Wednesday with no injured have been reported, according to the US Geological Survey.
The first quake hit at 7 p.m. (1 p.m. ET) between Perugia and Macerata, according to ANSA.
The second quake with a magnitude of 6.1 was 3.2 kilometers (2 miles) north of Visso and 58 km (36 miles) from Perugia, the USGS reported.
Just a few hours earlier, a magnitude-5.5 quake struck the same region. The epicenter was about 9 kilometers away, south-southwest of the town of Visso.
Town of Visso and Campi were reported to be damaged where the historic church, San Salvatore, was destroyed by the tremors.