DART is the new cultural space of of Conselice, built inside Villa Verlicchi in Lavezzola: a place entirely dedicated to art and culture, with a particular attention to contemporary art, capable of hosting events, exhibitions and initiatives 360-degree cultural...
“Dal museo al paesaggio” (from museum to landscape) is a project that since 2018 has been drawing the map of a route made of painted walls starting from Museo civico Luigi Varoli in Cotignola historical centre and then branching out and joining, not only ideally, with...
Bagnara defensive system, planned by Barnabò Visconti in the XIV century, consisted in a moat surrounding the boundary wall of the the fortress. It is the only still complete example of medieval "castrum" in Emilia Romagna.
Oval square built in the XVIII century as a market for butchers, fishmongers and oil vendors.
“E munumént dla pègna” is known by the eldest local people as “e funtanòn”: from the mouth of its three mysterious masks, fresh water used to run from a water-bearing layer which, 30 years after its inauguration in 1874, dried up.
The People’s Sundial (Meridiana dei Popoli) is in the City Centre and is by Mario Nanni, artist and light designer. The 2014 monumental structure rises at the intersection of the long ago Cardo and the Decumano, the principal axes of the ancient Roman Legionary camp layout.
The Callido organ that is kept in the Carmine Church of Lugo was built in 1797, and it is regarded as the second most beautiful organ made by Gaetano Callido, the most beautiful one being the one of the Parish Church of Candide in Cadore (Belluno).
It used to be an ENEL power transformer cabinet. Now it is a ‘non-automatic distributor of courage’. The street artists of ‘Collettivo FX’ from Reggio Emilia painted this mural. It depicts the faces of the four Cotignola-born Righteous heroes Luigi and Anna Varoli, Vittorio and Serafina Zanzi, as well as those of the seven Martyrs of the Senio River executed by a Nazi firing squad in October 1944, of partisan Leno Casadio and local priest Father Stefano Casadio who freed Cotignola from Nazi occupation with the ‘white flag’ scheme, and of young partisan Esiodo Rava.
The monastery of San Francesco dates back to the XIII century. The building includes the church, the monastery, which houses the beautiful refectory ‘Sala Oriani’, the cloister, the hotel Antico Convento San Francesco. The congress hall has 100 seats.