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Reggio Emilia

The green, white and red Italian flag was born in this city. The Museo del Tricolore celebrates it together with the other symbols of the Risorgimento. The museum is in Piazza Prampolini, the address of the Duomo and the Town Hall. A few steps under the porticoes of via del Broletto are sufficient to reach Piazza San Prospero, with the homonymous Baroque basilica, dedicated to the patron saint of Reggio.

If you love art, go to number 29 Corso Cavour to visit the temporary exhibitions of Palazzo Magnani. Just outside the historic centre, in the former Max Mara factory, the Maramotti Collection offers a journey into contemporary art, from Pop Art to the Trans-avant-garde

In Piazza Martiri del VII Luglio stands the Valli Theater, dedicated to opera performances and concerts. The prose shows, on the other hand, take place in the second stage of the city, the Ariosto Theater, built in the second half of the nineteenth century near Piazza della Vittoria. For shopping, aperitifs and dinners, the best places to go are those between Corso Garibaldi, Piazza San Prospero and Piazza Fontanesi.

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