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Bologna is so often overlooked as a university town or somewhere to pass through. With it being a major intersection of the Italian rail network, many stop just to switch trains or grab a quick bite to eat in one of the many eateries in the station, but few really explore what Bologna has to offer. 288 more words


Day19 Perugia to Gubbio

Another event in Perugia this morning.. the Grifonissimo…a type of athletic event including a foot race.

Masses of people wearing Grifonissimo t-shirts, especially parents with kids, participating in the event. 450 more words


Erbazzone (Chard Pie)

Erbazzone is a savory pie from the town of Reggio Emilia in Northern Italy that is filled with chard (and sometimes also other greens, including spinach). 705 more words


Rimini: A Pleasant Surprise

The unfinished Tempio Malatestiano, designed by Leon Battista Alberti in the mid-15th century — the construction of this church’s history and its patron is scintillating. Sigismondo Pandolfo Malatesta wanted the church to serve as a mausoleum for himself and his lover (later his wife). 710 more words


Village Art in Casola Spring Festival


For more than a century 3 groups of villagers have been competing in Casola Valsenio to win an ambitious recognition: the most attractive and interesting allegorical creation with living statues posing on artistic plaster architectures. 38 more words

Emilia Romagna

Why You Should Learn to Love Lambrusco (Again) #ItalianFWT

Do you remember your first experience with Lambrusco? If you’re about my age, it probably involved a few illicit sips siphoned from an unsuspecting adult’s glass at a family party. 1,194 more words


City Tour: Parma 💛

Ah, Parma, city of Parma Ham, Parmigianino, Giallo Parma and Tortelli, but, most of all, the first city I have lived in when I left my hometown. 41 more words

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