Forlì, the ‘elegance’ of rationalism

Italy, Forli
We came in Forli by pure chance just because we wanted to visit a photo exhibition by Steve McCurry. We already knew that the town cannot be considered a tourist destination so we didn’t have great expectation. To tell the truth we didn’t have no idea what surprise was waiting for us. The dominant construction style is that of rationalism known as fascist architecture! Quite charming in its way…

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Reggio nell’Emilia, street markets and Calatrava

Italy, Reggio Emilia
We stopped in Reggio Emilia intending mainly to take advantage of the camper facilities, free of charge and conveniently located next to the main provincial road, the via Emilia. We found that other than being a very hospitable to motorhomes city, it is a lovely place to spend a couple of days. In our case we stumbled across the ‘mercato’ day when the city center is transformed into a colorful sea of stalls.

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Modena, not only Ferrari and Balsamico

Italy, Modena
Modena’s international reputation is undeniable; both the Ferrari myth and the  balsamic vinegar made her famous in every corner of the world.  I know that it may sound odd but these are defenitly not the main reason for visiting the city or at least, they seemed secondary to us, compared to everything else that Modena has to offer

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