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Forlì and Cesena, moving east along the #route9

Sara Mantovani September 22, 2014

Let’s move East along the Via Emilia (#Route9) and let’s stop in Forlì and Cesena Both these cities are rich in art and culture, Cesena is a lively town where traditions and important historical events blend with the ability to look to the future with renewed energy. The Via Emilia crosses this lively town with a… Continue Reading »

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Verdi Festival in Parma

Sara Mantovani September 19, 2014

Do you know that along the Via Emilia #Route9 (the road that crosses Emilia Romagna region west-east) there are 37 historical theatres? (here the map) It means that along the Via Emilia culture and local traditions have been so powerful to keep all these, sometimes very little, theatres  alive and full of activities. Let us draw your attention… Continue Reading »

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Abundance vs wealth? Come to Bologna

Sara Mantovani September 16, 2014

Also today we would like borrow someone else’s words to celebrate our beautiful land. James Ruggia visited Emilia Romagna few days ago and wrote a beautiful article that you can find here “Bologna is the gateway and capital to the Emilia Romagna, a region that (…) expresses its vital spirituality in the most sensual terms.” Bologna in… Continue Reading »

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Eel festival in Ferrara

Sara Mantovani September 11, 2014

So many times we had the occasion to underline the beauty of Ferrara city, the splendour of its architecture and the beauty of its lively ancient streets. We are probably so often confused by its charm that we tend to forget that Ferrara has un incredibly rich inland, rich in culture, art and food. To make… Continue Reading »

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Mani in pasta festival in Reggio Emilia

Sara Mantovani September 9, 2014

Looking for a proper food immersion? This is for you! Not only great, high quality food but a real 360° experience that will embrace you. The “Mani in pasta” (literally “hands in the dough”) is the theme of this third edition which aims to represent the world of makers, creativity, making dough, bread, and pasta.  The heart… Continue Reading »

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A statement of love for Ferrara

Sara Mantovani August 26, 2014

Yesterday I popped into an amazing article written by Ali Smith for The Guardian and I can’t say anything different but that: it’s a statement of love for Ferrara. We know Ferrara is a beautiful and rich town that will never deceive visitors, but when it is a foreign, a writer, who states that we can only… Continue Reading »

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