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 Emilia-Romagna - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emilia-Romagna is an administrative region of Northern Italy comprising the two historic regions of Emilia and Romagna.
The population of Emilia Romagna is largely Italian, but there has been a rise in the number of migrants in the area:
Romagna is a corruption of Romània; when Ravenna was the capital of the Italian portion of the Byzantine Empire, the Lombards extended the official name of the Empire to the lands around Ravenna.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Emilia-Romagna   (313 words)

 Emilia Romagna: Tutte le informazioni su Emilia Romagna su Encyclopedia.it
Emilia Romagna: Tutte le informazioni su Emilia Romagna su Encyclopedia.it
Bologna, Ferrara, Forlì-Cesena, Modena, Parma, Piacenza, Reggio Emilia, Rimini, Ravenna
Olio Extra Vergine di oliva Colline di Romagna DOP
www.encyclopedia.it /e/em/emilia_romagna.html   (165 words)

 Emilia Romagna
Romagna remembers the division of the territory in VI century: to the north-east - the land of Lombards (Longobardia); to the south-east - the land of Romans (Romania).
Emilia derives from the name of Marcus Aemilius Lepidus under who's consulate was built the road via Emilia between Piacenza and Rimini.
Opened the via Emilia and founded some of the colonies (Rimini, Ravenna, Piacenza).
www.italycyberguide.com /Geography/regions/emilia.htm   (1310 words)

 Emilia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emilia is an historical region of Italy, now merged with Romagna to form the Emilia-Romagna administrative region.
Emilia (Bulgarian: Емилия) is a famous Bulgarian pop-folk singer.
The word Emilia may refer to any of the following:
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Emilia   (178 words)

 Emilia-Romagna on Encyclopedia.com
Emilia Romagna, Italia: gruppo di amici con moto e segnali stradali.
In 1860 all of Emilia-Romagna was joined to the kingdom of Sardinia, which in 1861 became the kingdom of Italy.
are in Emilia, and Forlì and Ravenna provs.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/E/EmiliaR1o.asp   (939 words)

 Emilia-Romagna - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about Emilia-Romagna
Both Emilia and Romagna became parts of the kingdom of Italy in 1861, and were incorporated into the current region in 1948.
Ancient Romania (later Romagna) was ruled by the Ostrogoths in the 5th century and the Byzantines from the 6th to the 8th centuries, when Ravenna was its capital; it then became part of the Papal States.
Known as Aemilia in Roman times, Emilia was occupied by the Lombards in the 5th century, then developed in later centuries into a group of independent duchies.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /Emilia-Romagna   (355 words)

 WineCountry.it ­ Emilia-Romagna Region Italy
Emilia, with its prosperous provinces lined along its ancient Roman-built Via Emilia, occupies the western sector, while Romagna lies to the east of Bologna and stretches all the way to the Adriatic Sea, the historic town of Ravenna and the well-known resort of Rimini.
Nowadays, Emilia-Romagna's cities rank at the top of the national listing for the quality of life with Modena and Reggio Emilia competing at times for the title of Italy's wealthiest city.
Albana di Romagna, which became Italy's first DOCG white wine in 1987, is usually dry and still with a distinctive almond undertone and finish.
www.winecountry.it /regions/emilia   (849 words)

 Emilia-Romagna Region (Italy)
Emilia regional flag is white with the regional logo.
In this case I can say there is no Emilia nation at all, as we were built up from different cultural and ethnical areas in the last 150 years.
This is similar to the Emilian League flag, but lack the stripes with lys.
www.fotw.net /flags/it-emi.html   (484 words)

The area from Bologna to the north is Emilia; from Bologna to the south is Romagna.
The region's capital is Bologna, which is located just about dead center and draws characteristics from both Emilia and Romagna.
Romagna has a tradition of fish dishes, which find their apotheosis in brodetto, the most flavorful of fish soups.
agferrari.com /index.php/emiliaromagna_region.html?sid=E19qlZuLjiiRvr2I   (412 words)

 ItalianMade.com - REGIONS: Emilia-Romagna
Emilia (to the west of Bologna) and Romagna (to the east) flaunt their considerable differences, but together share Italy's most luxuriant tables.
Emilia-Romagna's wines might be considered northern Italy's most eccentric, different on the whole from their neighbors', often facile in style but always refreshingly individualistic.
East of Bologna lies Romagna with the towns of Faenza, Forlì, Cesena, Ferrara, Ravenna and the Adriatic resort of Rimini.
www.italianmade.com /regions/region8.cfm   (182 words)

 Emilia Romagna hotel - hotel in Emilia Romagna - Charme & relax
Immersed in the ancient thermal village of Bagno di Romagna, surrounded by the verdant hills of Tuscany-Romagna Appenine, this elegant four stars hotel still preserve the fascination and the refined style of a century-old hospitality tradition.
Along the ancient Etruscan road, among vineyards and olive groves bordering the Carnè Natural Park, Relais Varnello is set in the heart of Romagna on Brisighella hills and just a few miles far from Riolo Thermae and Tuscany.
Rarely elegant and stylish hotel in the heart of Romagna, Cà Ruffo matches suggestive 19th century memories and modern comfort to make every guest feel at home.
charmerelax.com /search.asp?regione=Emilia+Romagna&...   (661 words)

 History and tourist information on Emilia Romagna, Italy
Bologna is a town where you are as likely to hear coffee house discussions on Derrida and Descartes as debates on performance of Bologna FC in Serie A. Bologna may be the capital of Emilia-Romagna, but it’s only one of a number of ancient regional centres.
A holiday in Emilia Romagna then offers ancient city states, stunning countryside, and perhaps Italy's most lavish cuisine.
Reggio Emilia is a quiet, ancient town, with a cathedral and some fine churches and galleries.
www.knowital.com /history/emiliaromagna/emilia-romagna-history.html   (1241 words)

 Fodor's Travel Wire Eating Your Way through Emilia-Romagna
Emilia (the western half of the region) is better known for its food than Romagna, its Adriatic neighbor.
Finally, while Emilia's restaurants are excellent, Bologna-based HomeFood (051/220797, www.homefood.it) is breaking new culinary ground for tourists by organizing traditional meals (usually long lunches) at the homes of local families.
The region's best wines include Sangiovese di Romagna, which can be similar to Chianti, from the Romagnolan hills, and Barbera, from the Colli Piacetini and Apennine foothills.
www.fodors.com /wire/archives/000992.cfm   (1769 words)

 Emilia Romagna Turismo
In the last carnival weekend with the recurrence of San Giuseppe and Segavecchia, Romagna burns the puppet in memory of the ancient rite celebrating the end of Winter and the beginning of Spring.
www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it /new/english   (178 words)

 Secretplaces — Guide to authentic and romantic Emilia-Romagna hotels
The prosperous region of Emilia Romagna takes its name from Aemilian Way, a road built in 187 B.C. connecting Rimini to Piacenca.
In many respects, Emila and Romagna then went their separate ways for several centuries, with the latter falling under Byzantine rule and divided into numerous duchies and individual cities.
By the 17th century, the duchy of Parma and Piacenza and the duchy of Modena, together held virtually all of Emilia.
www.secretplaces.com /sp/1/regions/Emilia_Romagna_hotels.asp   (644 words)

 Hotel Posta - 4 Star Hotel - Reggio Emilia - Emilia - Romagna
Three key ingredients of Emilia cuisine: Traditional Balsamic Vinegar of Reggio Emilia, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese and Pork; a cookery course in a farm holiday in the Reggio hills.
furnished with Art Nouveau style furniture originating from a famous Reggio Emilia confectioner's in the 1800's, offers the guest a relaxing atmosphere, recalling how bars once used to be with its lacquered furniture with spiral columns, the decorations, floral volutes, pictures of the famous 19th century painter Cirillo Manicardi, and small red velvet sofas.
Guests should not miss an unforgettable visit to the secret parts of the Municipal Theatre, one of Italy's most beautiful theatres.
www.italyby.com /posta/pages/faciliti.htm   (479 words)

 TERRAGENS - Selected by Montecastelli
Born in the vast viticultural lands of the Romagna, Terragens is the vision of three people: two experts previously working as enologist and viticulturist for Angelo Gaja, and winemaker, Giordano Zinzani, who knows the Romagna and the value of its vineyards better than anyone else.
Together they envisioned a cooperation with selected grape growers to produce a Sangiovese that speaks the true language of the Romagna: friendly, lively and full of joy.
Finished in the cellar with the help and expertise of Attilio Pagli, barrels and barriques are carefully applied in order not to overwhelm the delicate fruit of Sangiovese, aiming at the young customer who already understands the abc's of the wine world, but is still looking for an affordable every day wine.
www.montecastelli.com /wine/producer_profile.cfm?id=Terragens   (187 words)

 In Italy Online - Emilia Romagna and the Marches
To the south and west are the rich farmlands of Emilia Romagna, once the breadbasket of the Roman Empire.
Keep this calendar of outdoor markets in Emilia Romagna and the Marches for your files.
Until the nineteenth century, Emilia and Romagna were separate Papal states.
www.initaly.com /regions/erm/erm.htm   (821 words)

 Wine and Food - Wine - Wine Regions - Emilia Romagna - Made In Italy On Line
Albana di Romagna, which emerged in 1987 as Italy's first DOCG white wine, is now most often dry and still with a distinctive almondy undertone and, occasionally, some complexity.
Trebbiano (Romagna's is distinct from other vines of the same name) is almost always light and fresh, whether still or bubbly, with a fragility that makes it best in its youth.
Even in Emilia's hills, along the Apennine range to the south, the wines are often "frizzante," made from Malvasia, Trebbiano and Ortrugo into easy, fun-loving whites, or from Barbera and Bonarda into zesty reds of more flavour intensity than Lambrusco.
www.made-in-italy.com /winefood/wine/regions/emilia.htm   (987 words)

 Emilia Romagna
I am referring to G. Anselmi and A. Bertoni, Una geografia letteraria tra Emilia e Romagna, Bologna: Clueb, 1997, and in particular to E. Raimondi, "Prefazione: un possibile percorso," ivi, p.
Turci (editor), La poesia in dialetto di Romagna oggi, special issue of Il lettore di provincia, 79, December 1990.
Benini Sforza, "Elementi per una storia della poesia dialettale del secondo Novecento in Romagna.
home.att.net /~l.bonaffini/emilia.htm   (2402 words)

 Haznews: Industry in Emilia Romagna demands hazwaste facilities@ HighBeam Research
The lack of treatment and disposal facilities the Emilia Romagna region of northern Italy, continues to create problems for industry in the region.
The Emilia Romagna Region claimed it would exhaust its capacity for special and industrial wastes in 1988 (see HAZNEWS, April 1988, p.
The facilities were proposed for the province of Bologna as part of the region's emergency waste plan.
www.highbeam.com /library/doc0.asp?DOCID=1G1:42557190&refid=holomed_1   (204 words)

 Emilia Romagna Vacation Rentals villa - Beautiful Hilltop Villa Surrounded by Vineyards
Accommodation and Amenities for the villa in Emilia Romagna, Italy
Rental Rates for the villa in Emilia Romagna, Italy
Location information and links for the villa in Emilia Romagna, Italy
www.cyberrentals.com /Italy/vacation-villa-Emilia-Romagna/p100034.htm   (277 words)

 Emilia-Romagna --  Britannica Student Encyclopedia
The Spanish author Emilia, condesa de (countess of) Pardo Bazán, is known for her novels, short stories, and literary criticism.
Travel guide to this state bordered by the Italian regions of Romagna to the north and the east and Marche to the south and the west.
administrative division of Papal States during 18th and 19th centuries; ruled by cardinal legate—special emissary of the pope; before Italian unification four legations were Bologna including Ferrara and Romagna, Urbino including The Marche, Perugia covering Umbria, and Velletri covering southern Lazio; nuncios, internuncios, and apostolic delegates sent by pope to...
www.britannica.com /ebi/article-9032530   (680 words)

 Emilia-Romagna - Dilos Holiday World
Go into any restaurant of Emilia-Romagna and you will understand.
The porticoes that shelter and shade your way through the streets of the historic centre of Bologna and the infinite, multicolored sea of umbrellas on the sunny beaches of Romagna crowded with tourists drawn by the irresistible trinity of sun-sea-fun.
www.dilos.com /location/1827   (158 words)

 Hotel guide: Emilia-Romagna Italy
The Holiday Inn Bologna Via Emilia is located in a strategic position at the entrance of the city near the Borgo Panigale exit of the Autosole Highway (A1) and just 500 metres from Centroborgo, the...
From € 95 Holiday Inn Bologna Via Emilia
The Holiday Inn Modena is located near the Modena Nord exit of the Autostrada del Sole highway and it is just 6 minutes driving from Modena city centre.
bookings.net /region/it/emilia-romagna.en.html   (215 words)

 Banca Popolare dell'Emilia Romagna information and related industry information from Hoover's
Banca Popolare dell'Emilia Romagna is popular not just in its home region of Emilia Romagna, but (thanks to its local banking subsidiaries) throughout most of Italy.
Banca Popolare dell'Emilia Romagna (known as BPER) owns or has stakes in more than a dozen banks, providing individuals and businesses with a variety of services, including deposit banking, lending, and bancassurance (life insurance).
Get more info on BPER-Emilia Romagna with a DandB Report.
hoovers.com /bper-emilia-romagna/--ID__145222--/free-co-factsheet.xhtml   (354 words)

 Camping in Italy Emilia Romagna
Send a message to campsites in Emilia Romagna having e-mail on camping.it
▪ Ravenna ▪ Reggio Emilia ▪ Rimini ▪
List of campsites and tourist villages which have an interactive information service at camping.it.
www.camping.it /english/emiliaromagna   (83 words)

 Apartments in Bologna, Emilia - Romagna
Check through our properties in Emilia - Romagna, whether you are travelling for business or pleasure.
Click on an image to read the detailed profiles and descriptions of each property.
Use this page to select the Apartment that suits your needs in Bologna.
www.italyby.com /accommod/bologna_apartment_emilia_italy.htm   (64 words)

 Modena Hotels - Hotel Accommodation in Modena Emilia-Romagna Italy
The Hotel Eden is on via Emilia Ovest, far 2 km fr (3 Star)
Nearby: Anzola dell'Emilia (15 miles) Reggio nell Emilia (16 miles) Bologna (24 miles) Tole (24 miles)
Unfortunately, we don't yet have any user reviews about Modena.
www.simplehotels.com /en/it/modena   (186 words)

 Emilia-Romagna hotels and accommodation, hotel reservations in Italy, by All-Hotels(tm)
Monticelli Terme · Parma · Piacenza · Pinarella Di Cervia · Porretta Terme · Ravenna · Reggio Emilia · Riccione · Rimini
www.all-hotels.com /europe/italy/emilia-romagna/home.htm   (546 words)

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