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Travelling To The Unknown Italy - The Emilia Subregion Of Emilia-Romagna

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Travelling To The Unknown Italy - The Emilia Subregion Of Emilia-Romagna

Author : Levi Reiss   Top Author

Submitted : 2013-12-31 07:19:04    Word Count : 426    Popularity:   Not Rated

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If you are planing to tour Europe, you should consider the Emilia-Romagna region of northern Italy. This  may well be the only region of Italy named for a road, one constructed by the Ancient Romans nearly 2200 years ago. This article describes the Emilia subregion, a bit of its history, its many tourist attractions, local food, and local wine. A companion article presents Romagna, the eastern "half" of the region.

Our virtual tour of Emilia starts at Piacenza, an Etruscan city proud of its baroque statues, a Thirteenth Century Palace, Palazzo del Comune, and a Cathedral with a very interesting bell tower. Art museums display both Etruscan and Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Italian art.

Opera lovers shouldn't miss the town Busseto with the villa where Guiseppe Verdi lived and worked and the theatre that performed his works. The historic city of Parma is known for Parmesan cheese and Parma ham. Besides its great food there are churches and museums to see and opera to see and hear.

Modena and its surroundings is the home to the opera singer Luciano Pavarotti, Maserati and Ferrari sports cars, and balsamic vinegar. Be sure to see Modena's old city, the Twelfth Century Duomo (Cathedral), and the Palazzo dei Musei (Palace of the Museum) and taste some balsamic vinegar. Stop by Modena's four hundred year old delicatessen, which is said to be the world's oldest.

Bologna boasts the oldest university in Europe with the first woman to teach officially at a European University. Because of all the students the city does not shut down early. There is an unfinished cathedral and a few towers, one of which leans.

Ferrara, a UNESCO world heritage site, was featured in the well-known movie The Garden of the Finzi-Continis. There is a castle with a hanging garden, and moat, a drawbridge, and dungeons. Make sure to see the nearby Gothic Duomo (Cathedral). You can visit Ferrara's ghetto and Jewish Museum, once a synagogue. Finish your tour at Europe's oldest wine bar where the famous scientist Copernicus once lived and drank here.

Emilia-Romagna, especially Emilia is a world famous gourmet destination. See our companion article I Love Touring Italy - The Emilia Region for a sample menu and more information on Emilia-Romagna wines as well as an in-depth examination of Emilia's tourist attractions. You might want to try some Lambrusco DOC red wines, which are often fizzy or frothy. Frankly in Emilia-Romagna the wine isn't as good as the food.

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Levi Reiss has authored or co-authored ten computer and Internet books, but prefers trips to Italy and drinking fine Italian wine. He teaches computers at an Ontario French-language community college. Visit his Italian travel website www.travelitalytravel.com and his global wine website www.theworldwidewine.com featuring weekly bargain wine reviews.

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