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Bologna 2020

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Top places of interest

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Palazzo Pepoli Campogrande

The Palazzo Pepoli Campogrande is a Baroque style palace on Via Castiglione 7 in central Bologna. In 2015, it served as a public art gallery for late-Baroque art.

Palla della Peste (Guido Reni)

The altarpiece was painted in 1631-1632 as an ex voto after the ebbing of the plague epidemic in 1630 in Bologna. The altarpiece was in the past paraded yearly in a formal procession from the Palazzo Pubblico to the church of San Domenico, Bologna. ...

Palazzo dei Banchi

In the 16th century when the present façade was constructed, and perhaps still, the Piazza Maggiore was the main public plaza of Bologna, surrounded by the centers of religious and political governance, represented by the cathedral (Basilica of San Pet...

Palazzo dei Notai

Palazzo dei Notai is a historic building in Bologna, Italy. Facing the Piazza Maggiore, it was built in 1381 by the city's notaries guild as their seat, under design by Berto Cavalletto and Lorenzo da Bagnomarino. Another section facing Palazzo d'Ac...

Land Rover Arena

The arena hosted the 1966 FIBA European Champions Cup Final Four, in which the Italian club Simmenthal Milano, won the competition in front of an 8,000 capacity crowd. Land Rover Arena was previously known as PalaDozza, in honor of the former mayor ...

Stadio Renato Dall'Ara

The 17 November 1993 qualifier between San Marino and England finished with England winning 7–1, but only after the hosts scored in the opening seconds of the match. The stadium also hosted three international rugby union test match in 1995, Italy v...

Fountain of Neptune

An innovation of Giambologna's fountain designs is the fantastic and non-geometrical forms he gave to the basins into which water splashed and flowed, "curiously folded, bulging and elastic in form", as Rosalind Grippi remarked. The fountain is a model...

Arca di San Domenico

Saint Dominic died in the convent of the church of San Nicolò delle Vigne on 6 August 1221. He was buried behind the altar. The church of San Nicolò was expanded into the Basilica of San Domenico between 1228 and 1240. The remains of the saint were mov...

Pinacoteca Nazionale di Bologna

According to 18th-century Italian art historian Luigi Crespi, it was cardinal Prospero Lambertini, who would later become Pope Benedict XIV, the one who planned a Gallery for altarpieces in the churches of the city. The gallery's first nucleus of wo...

Galleria d'Arte Moderna

The gallery was founded in 1925, in the Villa delle Rose, a building donated to the City of Bologna by Countess Nerina Armandi Avogli. The collection was re-ordered in 1936. Soon, thanks to many acquisitions and bequests, the collection grew large and ...

Santi Bartolomeo e Gaetano

A church at the site dedicated to St. Bartolomeo had existed since the 5th century; it was likely built atop an even older church and housed Benedictine monks till the 16th century. The church was designed by Giovanni Battista Falcetti with elaboration...

San Benedetto

San Benedetto is a Roman Catholic church in central Bologna. Founded in the 12th century, the church now has facade (1606) designed by Giovanni Battista Ballerini. The Facade was rotated 180 degrees in 1892; it once face Via Galliera, and now faces Via...

Biblioteca comunale dell'Archiginnasio

The Biblioteca comunale dell'Archiginnasio (Archiginnasio Municipal Library) is a public library in Bologna, Italy. It is located inside the Palace of the Archiginnasio in Bologna since 1838, when a section of the building was destined to preserve the ...

Arco del Meloncello

The Arco del Meloncello is an 18th-century Rococo structure in Bologna, that forms a pedestrian portico over the road (hence an arch); it is part of the Portico di San Luca, a long arcade that sheltered the walk from the Cathedral of Bologna to the hil...

Palazzo del Podestà

The Palazzo del Podestà is a civic building in Bologna, northern Italy. The edifice was built around 1200 as the seat of the local podestà, the various functionaries of the commune. It stands on the Piazza Maggiore, near the Palazzo Comunale and fac...

Piazza Maggiore

Piazza Maggiore is a central square in Bologna, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The appearance in the 21st century, generally reflects the layout from the 15th century. The Northwest corner opens into Piazza del Nettuno with its Fontana del Nettuno, w...

Piazza Santo Stefano

Often used for cultural events, flea-markets and concerts, it has porticos along both long sides (North-East and South-West) with the Basilica occupying the short (South-East) side. To the left of the Basilica is a complex of buildings joined by the po...

San Petronio Basilica

The basilica is dedicated to the patron saint of the city, Saint Petronius, who was the bishop of Bologna in the fifth century. The construction was a communal project of Bologna, not of the bishops: the property was a symbol of communal power that was...

Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca

A church or chapel existed on the hill for about a thousand years. Tradition hold that in the 12th-century, a pilgrim from the Byzantine empire came to Bologna with an icon of the Virgin from the temple of Saint Sofia in Constantinople. In 1160, the bi...

Collegio di Spagna

The college was founded in 1364 by the Cardinal Gil Alvarez De Albornoz (1310–1367) and built in 1365–1367. The Collegio was the model for the colleges founded at the University of Salamanca, starting in the late 14th century (notably the Colegio Viejo...









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