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Ravenna

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Ravenna in its 1500 years of history was the capital of the Western Roman Empire, the Kingdom of King Theodoric of the Goths and The Byzantine Empire in Europe, becoming one of the most important cities of art in Italy with the most important collection of mosaics of the fifth and sixth centuries and eight monuments included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. This city still has the remains of the great poet Dante Alighieri and keeps alive his memory with important cultural events, wich are in addition to periodic high-profile exhibitions that are hosted by MAR, the…

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Cervia

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Near the Vip village of Milano Marittima, Cervia has always been tied to the production of salt, the salt properties were probably already in operation in the Etruscan period, and certainly have developed in the Roman period. Until all the Roman times the town has kept its Greek name “Ficocle”, Exarch Theodre then destroyed it in 709 and later was built as a fortified city at the center of the salt poperties until the order of Pope Innocent XII in 1697 of buid the present city. Among the special features of this town is certainly remembered the “weedding og the…

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Milano Marittima

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Established in the early twentieth century as a tourist resort, on the iniziative of Milanese socity, with the intention of giving an outlet to the sea to the citizens of Milan, Milano Marittima is now a tourist destination for many VIPs with its fine restaurants, exclusive brands shops and numerous nightclubs.

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Faenza

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Known throughout the world for its ceramics Faenza has ancient origins dating back to Athenian people that after the founding of the settlement of Ravenna pushed inland and founded this settlement that thanks to the fortunate position became in a short time an important commercial center. The birth of it’s ceramics should be like for any other civilization the need to contain liquids, so using the rich soil of red clay from the bed of the river Lamone began creating ceramic containers that went into perfecting over the years inventing new decorative motifs with the Hispanic-Moorish and oriental influences which…

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