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Art is at home in Emilia Romagna with Modern style

Sara Mantovani February 5, 2014

The town of Forlì is rich in examples of Rationalist architecture, which developed in Italy in the 1920s with the aim of providing the Mussolini regime with a more suitable architectural style, supported by many young architects. In the same period other form of art like painting and sculpure have been engaged in a new trend:… Continue Reading »


SAPEUR 2014 local products fair

Sara Mantovani January 10, 2014

Already forgotten the Chrismas deli we are already ready to present you the first food show of the year taking place at the end of the month (24-27 January) in Forlì exhibition centre. Here some info thanks to the Forlì official web site. Reaching this year its 11th edition, Sapeur has become one of the… Continue Reading »


#myER_ceraunavolta join us!

Sara Mantovani March 12, 2013

Hi Instagram lovers, to help you to take part to the second Instagram contest we organise 4 meetings (6 guided tours) that will take place next Saturday the 16th of March. 1) Le Botteghe Storiche di Ferrara; 2) Le Botteghe Storiche di Bologna; 3) Il centro di Parma e 4) il Museo Guatelli + Museo del Pomodoro a Collecchio; 5) Il Quartiere… Continue Reading »


Exhibition in Forlì: Art and life in Italy between the world wars

Sara Mantovani February 13, 2013

Until the 16th of June you can enjoy this exhibition that covers almost a thirty-year period: from the end of the first decade of the 20th century until the Second World War, focusing in particular on the ‘20s and 30’s. The “context” highlights all trends, movements, vanguards, leading characters and main themes of that time… Continue Reading »


The via Emilia road

Sara Mantovani November 28, 2012

Today we will lead you along the Via Emilia road which is 329,300 Km long. In 187 B.C. the Roman state, under the command of Marco Emilio Lepido began the construction of the Via Aemilia, a road that connected Rimini to Piacenza. Apart being an important way of communication, the Via Emilia soon became the main… Continue Reading »


The glorious days of the old stately homes – 2nd part

Sara Mantovani November 26, 2012

The history of a town can be “read” and understood through the buildings that house its public authorities. Let’s finish the journey started last week! In Ferrara stately homes abound in the well-preserved old town centre. Take the alleyway to the left of the cathedral, Via Adelardi. During the evening this is a busy spot… Continue Reading »

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