Between Ravenna and Ferrara

The valleys of Comacchio stem back to the middel ages, as the grounds of the area dropped creating vast areas of swampland near the adratic sea. Initially the valleys where filled by fluvial water, after the 16th century seawater entered the valleys so that the valleys are today filled with saltwater

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Between Bologna and Firenze

La Via degli Dei, is a path discvovered many years ago by a group of walkers from Bologna. The path is a beautiful way to discover the extraordinay views and the history of the region

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Ferrara

The delta of the river Po is a deposit of sediments at the outlet of the river Po into the adriatic sea. The entire surface amounts to 400km2 and displays five branches: Po di Maestra, Po della Pila, Po delle Tolle, Po di Gnocca e Po di Goro

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Bologna

The Gessi Park is located on the very first hills of Bologna and distinguishes itself for some emergences of gypsum with very interesting extension inside the park, including the famous Calanchi dell’Abbadessa

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Cervia (Ravenna)

The saltwater lakes of Cervia produce the famous salt of Cervia, a sweet integral marine salt. The salt origins from the seawater which enters the internal lakes and is then evaporated and concentrated until it is transformed into the final edible product

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Portico and San Benedetto (Forlì-Cesena)

The waterfalls of Acquacheta are located in the National Park of the Casentinesi Forest, Monte Falterona and Campigna just between the regions of Toscana and Emilia-Romagna. The waterfalls had already been described by the poet Dante who compared the sound of the Flegetonte waterfalls to those Acquacheta

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Verghereto (Forlì-Cesena)

The 15th of august 1934 a stele was inaugurated to indicate the source of the river Tevere. The inscription is: “Here is where the river Tevers originates, the river of holy destines of Rome – O. N. D – XV agosto MCMXXXIV. A. XII. E. F.”. The stele is placed on a basin with a small fountain which ejects the water from the mountain. The waters pour on the stele before flowing all the way down to Rome

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Guglia (Modena)

The regional park Sassi is located on top of the Sassi mountains, huge cliffs the at dominate the surrounding territory. The walls of the Sassi mountains host a variety of plants and falcon nests. In addition the Pieve di Trebbio and numerous small hamlets of medieval origin complete the territor

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Fiorano Modenese (MO)

The Natural Park of Nirano is the very first regional natural reserve that was founded in Emilia_Romagna in the territory of Fiorano Modenese, the hillside with badlands between 150 and 300 m above the sea. The site is internationally renown as an important geological site, a typical example of touristic valorisation of the environment

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Between Emilia Romagna and Toscana

The National Park of Appennino Tosco-Emiliano includes the major part of natural elements typical to the northern part of the Appenin hillsides. Eagles and wolfes as well as deer, wild boar and roe deer can be found in this wilderness

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