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Accademia Romanica Map Map
via Castel Maraldo 45, Modena (MO)
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via Nazario Sauro 1/2, Bologna (BO)
Benedict School Carpi Map Map
corso Pio Alberto 68, Carpi (MO)
Benedict School Mirandola Map Map
via Fulvia 65/A, Mirandola (MO)
Benedict School Modena Map Map
via Emilia Est 435, Modena (MO)
Benedict School Reggio Emilia Map Map
via Emilia San Pietro 19, Reggio Emilia (RE)
Benedict School Sassuolo Map Map
via Radici in Piano 407, Sassuolo (MO)
Berlitz Map Map
Via Cesare Battisti 2, Bologna (BO)
Bolognalingua Map Map
via Azzurra 20, Bologna (BO)
British Institutes Bologna Map Map
via Nazario Sauro 1/2, Bologna (BO)
British Institutes Faenza Map Map
corso Giuseppe Garibaldi 4, Faenza (RA)
British Institutes Fidenza Map Map
via Edmondo De Amicis 2, Fidenza (PR)
British Institutes Parma Map Map
via Borghesi 1, Parma (PR)
British Institutes Ravenna Map Map
via Cavour 114, Ravenna (RA)
British Institutes Rimini Map Map
viale della Repubblica 100, Rimini (RN)
British School Ravenna Map Map
via Salara 36, Ravenna (RA)
Cambridge School of Parma Map Map
via Mercalli 10/a, Parma (PR)
Cultura Italiana Map Map
via Castiglione 4, Bologna (BO)
I Malatesta Map Map
corso d'Augusto 144, Rimini (RN)
Inlingua Bologna Map Map
via Testoni 2, Bologna (BO)

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Cariatide (bleue), circa 1913 Modigliani and the Montparnasse Adventure
On 22 January 1920 Amedeo Modigliani was taken, unconscious, to the Hôpital de la Charité in Paris and died there two days later at the age of only 36, struck down by the then incurable disease of tubercular meningitis that he had miraculously managed to survive twenty years earlier.
Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot, Golfe-Juan, Francia, agosto 1948 Robert Capa Retrospective - Monza
A major exhibition dedicated to Robert Capa, the greatest photojournalist of the 20th century, will be held at the Arengario in Monza, from 7th October 2018 through 27th January 2019.
Ferrara Il ghetto (c) Archivio Fotografico della Provincia di Ferrara Ferrara Travel Guide
Province of Emilia Romagna, the ferrarese territory is rich of natural and artistic treasures: medieval villages, castles and old patrizie abodes punctuate the fertile plains and the lake zones where the nature is protected and the tourist is welcome with the typical heat of the people of the place
Argenta - Oasi di Val Campotto Argenta Travel Guide
Argenta is situated in Ferrara's province; it has about 22.000 inhabitants on 311 square metres divided in 13 hamlets. This city boasts of an ancient town-center ed a complex system of museums, the Ecomuseum of Argenta, grown up around a beautiful oasi of marshland.
 

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