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Cruises along the Po river

Sara Mantovani July 31, 2014

The Po river is the longest river in Italy and if flows for more than 100 kilometers in Emilia Romagna region before emptying out into the Adriatic Sea, passing through extraordinary places with particular atmospheres, cultures and natural environments, and delineating the western boarder of Emilia Romagna. To appreciate the best of it take the chance to take… Continue Reading »

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Knight for a day

Sara Mantovani July 29, 2014

Let’s your kids explore the magic atmosphere of the medieval times. In September there is an interesting chance to visit the neo-gothic village of Grazzano Visconti and plunge into its fairytale atmosphere. The whole day children can play like people of medieval times: experience adventures dressed like medieval soldiers along the village streets and the… Continue Reading »

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STD Parma ham festival

Sara Mantovani July 24, 2014

Do you know that the word “prosciutto” (ham) takes its origin from the Latin prae exuctus, meaning ‘dried up’. The ancient Gauls and Romans already knew since a long time the art of salting and preserving meats, in fact the earliest evidence on the processing and preservation of pork meat by salting can be found in… Continue Reading »

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#myER_Cinema: Vote your favourite photos

Cristiana Cugia July 23, 2014

Good Morning everyone! Here we are, as usually, to announce the 20 finalists photos we have selected for our 14th ongoing Instagram’s contest, which is dedicated to the most famous places of the cinema in Emilia-Romagna with a lot of cinematographic showings, settings and atmospheres. #myER_Cinema..VOTE NOW! This month we had a really difficult and… Continue Reading »

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Sagra musicale malatestiana

Sara Mantovani July 22, 2014

Here we are with one of the most long lasting events of Italy: the Sagra Musicale Malatestiana.  It is, actually, the longest standingand most prestigious event in the area of Rimini. 2014 will be the 65th edition! As a matter of fact, its birth dates back to the summer of 1950 when Carlo Alberto Cappelli,… Continue Reading »

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Ferrara buskers festival

Sara Mantovani July 18, 2014

Ferrara Buskers Festival, the most important international devoted to street music&art in Italy, takes place in Ferrara from August 22nd to August 31st. (Part of the festival will be in Venice and Ferrara inland) With its beautiful landscape, Ferrara – a World Heritage City on the UNESCO list – offers a 200,000 square meters stage… Continue Reading »

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