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Our territory has so much to offer, whether on foot, by boat or by bicycle, the territory of Comacchio and its shores will give you strong emotions.
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Built on 13 islets in the middle of large mirrors valleys. The present historical centre preserves remarkable testimonies of the past: beautiful churches and monuments suspended between bridges that overlook the canals, first of all the seventeenth-century Trepponti, the ancient gateway to the city.
Not to be missed is the Museum of the Cargo of the Roman Ship, which exhibits the finds found on board a commercial boat dating back to the first century BC.
A few kilometres from the town are the Comacchio Valleys, an 11,000 hectare brackish area surrounded by embankments and rises rich in fauna and flora typical of lagoon environments.
Particularly suggestive points are the Boscoforte peninsula and the Salt Pans, where it is possible to admire a thick colony of flamingos.
The Regional Park of the Po Delta is the largest of the regional parks and occupies a very important portion of the territory of Emilia Romagna. Ferrara:
A magical city, where the ancient streets and sumptuous palaces convey the history and splendor of a distant renaissance estense.
Ferrara has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, as it contains unique monuments and architectural structures.
The city can be divided into two distinct areas of architecture: the medieval area that from the castle continues to Via della Giovecca, Via delle Volte and Porta d'Amore and the Renaissance area, including Hercules I d'Este (formerly known as the Angels) that leads to the ring that once closed the imposing and beautiful walls.
Ferrara can be explored simply by walking through its streets that preserve the splendor of Renaissance culture and allow you to understand the glorious past through the present.
Its history can be read both in the sumptuous palaces and in the narrow medieval streets and the celebration of its past relives every year in the colors and music of the Palio di San Giorgio.
The city centre has a special atmosphere, where, among shops and cafés, the rhythm of life is marked by the passage of hundreds of bicycles. Pomposa Abbey
The Abbey of Pomposa is a complex of buildings constituting one of the most distinguished Benedictine monasteries of the Middle Ages: the Basilica, the Refectory, the Chapter House and the Court constitute the heart of the abbey. To these was added, in later times, the majestic bell tower.
The complex was visited over the centuries by various famous people, including Barbarossa and Dante Alighieri.
The architecture is a cross between the Romanesque and Byzantine styles and in the works of art you can recognize elements of both the school of Ferrara and Bologna. Mesola
The Estense Castle of Mesola was built in the second half of the 16th century by the last duke of Ferrara, Alfonso II, in honour of his third wife, Margherita Gonzaga.
The last of the Este "delights", it stands out for its austere yet elegant appearance. At the centre of an immense hunting estate, the castle was surrounded by 12 km of walls, of which nothing remains.
Instead, the service structures located in a semicircle around the Castle have remained, and have now been transformed into shops and restaurants.
The Castle houses the Environmental Education Centre, the Library and is the site of temporary exhibitions. Ravenna
Ravenna, a small town with a military port on the Adriatic, defended from the lagoons towards the land, became the capital of the Western Roman Empire due to its strategic position.
There are numerous religious monuments full of charm and oriental mystery; its mosaics are made of gold and lapis lazuli blue... among these, the first Ursiana Basilica with five naves, built under the episcopate of Bishop Orso, the basilica of S. Giovanni Evangelista (425), the church of Santa Croce and the mausoleum of Galla Placida.
Among the most expressive buildings of a renewed Byzantine imperial grandeur there is the basilica of St. Vitale, with precious marbles, the mosaics with the representation of Justinian and Theodora, elegant capitals, etc.. Ravenna, in fact, will find just in the period of the reconquest of Italy, implemented by the Emperor of the East Justinian, its maximum splendor.
S. Apollinare in Classe, consecrated in 549, fascinates for the shining cross gemmed in the starry sky placed on the apse and for the mosaic of the Transfiguration of Christ on Mount Tabor, giving the effect of an embroidered "carpet" of cloth.