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Discover Bologna

Guide to vacation in Bologna
Discover Bologna - Guide to vacation in Bologna

Bologna is the capital of both the province and region of Emilia Romagna. A lively historical city, it has always been renowned for its ancient university. The founding of the University of Bologna dates back to 1088, a formal date decided upon by a committee of historians led by Giosué Carducci.
The current University of Bologna came into being when professors of grammar, logic and rhetoric began to devote themselves to the subject of law. Schools of medicine, philosophy, mathematics etc. later joined the law school.
The University of Bologna has been frequented by distinguished names such as Giovanni Pascoli, Augusto Righi, Augusto Murri, the above-mentioned Giosuè Carducci and many others, and is a true reference point for world culture.

Bologna’s historical centre is one of the largest in Italy.
Art echoes in every corner of the streets, in monasteries, abbeys, museums, palaces, in the most important city streets and in small alleyways. The Sanctuary of San Luca is one of Bologna’s most important and beautiful monuments, with a portico of no fewer than 666 arches measuring 3796 metres long.
Bologna is a city of towers! Symbols of the city are the Asinelli Tower, (97.20 metres) and the Garisenda Tower (47 metres).

Bologna province is also a treasure trove of art, and of small but great towns such as Dozza. Dozza, meaning ‘shower’ takes its name from the famous aqueduct that collects the water from Monte del Re in a cistern in order  to cope with the chronic water shortage.
Dozza has become famous throughout the world for its Wall Painting Biennial, and is unique for the many paintings by artists from around the world that embellish the walls of the houses and make them very attractive. Dozza is known for its art and its excellent Albana wine. The town of Dozza dates back to the Bronze Age.

Monteveglio is another town worth visiting in the Bologna province. Monteveglio is surrounded by a splendid park. Useful information about walking and cycle trails can be obtained at the Abbazia Monteveglio Regional Park Centre.

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