Category Archives: Emilia-Romagna

Italian region

The Basilica of San Petronio of Bologna

Bologna is one of the most livable cities in Italy, a city of universities, very international and it has the nearest airport from where I live when I am in Italy. Here friends arrive when they come over visiting me. … Continue reading

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Exploring Verucchio in a hot summer day

When climbing up a hill in San Leo to see if there is any possibility to get up the tower for a greater view on the hinterland I happened to talk to a lady from Rome who was exploring the … Continue reading

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San Leo – The Little Brother of San Marino

San Leo is situated just in front of San Marino in the hinterland of Rimini in the region of Emilia-Romagna. As I have been various times to San Marino I wanted to see its little brother which I was told … Continue reading

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A Night at the National Museum of Ravenna

Just at the side of the fantastic basilica of San Vitale (which unfortunately was closed by the time I arrived) in the center of Ravenna there is located the national museum. The basilica is a fine example of early Christian … Continue reading

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The Half Sunken Baptistery of Neon in Ravenna

On my day trip to Ravenna with a friend we had an exhausting sight-seeing tour. Exhausting because we walked around ten hours continuously. But we saw so much different architecture, we learnt about so much history of different periods and … Continue reading

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