Villages and Fortresses of Romagna
Romagna Villages and Fortresses Bertinoro
Ancient medieval village also called "the Balcony of Romagna" for its spectacular view of the hills and the sea. Piazza della Libertà with its magnificent 14thcentury Palazzo, the clock tower and the millenary Fortress witness still today its important history. Town of wines and hospitality, symbolised by the Column around which the great Hospitality Feast is held every year.
Romagna Villages and Fortresses Castrocaro e Terra del Sole
A well known spa center since the late 19th century, the ancient town preserves the same medieval urban planning canons of the time and it is dominated by the imposing fortress built on the rocky spur of spungone and which offers a bird's eye view of Romagna's hills and countryside up to the Adriatic sea.
Romagna Villages and Fortresses Predappio
Predappio has ancient origins: with its fortress, Predappio Alta is a picturesque medieval village.The town is the cradle for Sangiovese and also a real open air urban museum which witnesses the Italian rationalist time.
Romagna Villages and Fortresses Meldola
The town is dominated by the Fortress which dates back to the 11th century and which was recently restored, whrereas the most beautiful buildings overlook Piazza Orsini: the Town Hall, Palazzo Doria Pamhili and the Loggiato Aldobrandini with its two levels of arches.
Romagna Villages and Fortresses Forlimpopoli
Known especially for giving birth to the famous writer and gourmet Pellegrino Artusi – it is infact called "Città Artusiana" (Artusi town) – Forlimpopoli also boasts a rich history, as witnessed by the huge Albornoz fortress which, unlike the other fortresses, is located in the lowlands right in the town center.
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