Tag: Unesco

| 31 July 2017

On August 14th and 15th in San Benedetto in Alpe, a small village on the hills of Romagna (about 50km from Forlì), you will be able to visit the Benedictine Abbey, which has just reopened… Read more >>

| 16 March 2017

“The residences of the Dukes of Este in the Po Delta area perfectly visualize the Renaissance culture effects on a natural landscape” The Este Villas are part of a big landscape transformation projects that had… Read more >>

| 16 February 2017

With 53 places of art and culture, Italy it is the Nation that currently holds the largest number of sites included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage. Among these, eleven are located in Emilia… Read more >>

| 06 December 2016

On 7th December, that would be tomorrow, Ravenna is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the inscription of eight of its monuments on the List of World Heritage Sites. In fact, twenty years ago, precisely on… Read more >>

| 07 April 2016

Today we bring you discovering the Malatestiana Library of Cesena, a magic site where time seems to stop. Also known as the Malatesta Novello Library, it has been the first civic library of Europe, open… Read more >>

| 09 June 2014

While Blogville is going on, this week we will also host, thanks to the Emilia Romagna art cities association, 4 journalists from the UK. The itinerary will cover the area of Ravenna, Forlì-Cesena and Rimini…. Read more >>