Members: Municipalities

BAGNO DI ROMAGNA

HYSTORY The area of Bagno di Romagna was conquered by the Florentines in 1404, and in 1454 it was organized in the "Capitanato della Val di Bagno", composed of twelve...More

BERTINORO

HYSTORY   Castrum Britinori under the reign of Ottone III, had the title of County. The origin of the name "Bertinoro" comes from popular legends, but the historically ascribed...More

BORGHI

HYSTORY   The town of Borghi consists of three ancient communities, independent until the end of 1700 (Poggio de Borghi, San Giovanni in Galilea and San Martino in Converseto). The settlements...More

CASTROCARO TERME E TERRA DEL SOLE

HYSTORY   Castrocaro Terme and Terra del Sole, the two centres in which is divided the town, preserve some important historical sites. Castrocaro, from the tenth century seat of a fierce...More

CESENA

HYSTORY   Halfway between the Adriatic Sea and Mount Fumaiolo, contained in the scorpion designed by its fourteenth-fifteenth century walls, we find Cesena, whose historical origin comes from...More

CIVITELLA DI ROMAGNA

HISTORY Civitella di Romagna is the municipality which there are over 28 ruins of fortresses and castles. This depended on the widespread flourish, to the VIII-IX century, of “castra”...More

DOVADOLA

HYSTORY   Perhaps the name has Latin origins: duo-Vadora (inhabited space between two fords). Nowadays Dovadola still preserves the old Florentine village with orthogonal topography, located...More

FORLI'

HYSTORY The territory where arose Forum Livii, was probably inhabited by the Celts and Gauls who were integrated to the native population. Situated at a strategic point along the Via Emilia, was...More

FORLIMPOPOLI

HYSTORY The origins of Forlimpopoli date back to the work of the Roman consul Popilio Lenate (year 132 BC, approximately).  The strategic location, along a favourable trades path (the...More

GALEATA

HYSTORY   Galeata is located in the upper valley of the Bidente. The town is dominated by the abbey of St. Ellero, for some centuries seat of spiritual and administrative power of the...More

LONGIANO

HYSTORY Of antique Lombard origins, was the noble residence of the Malatesta, and properties of the Papal States. Stronghold on the Gothic Line in the terrible 1944 in Longiano is visited refuge...More

MELDOLA

HYSTORY The area of Meldola, before the Roman domination, was a meeting place for Umbrian, Gallic and even Etruscan populations. Meldola is located at the entrance of the Bidente’s Valley:...More

MERCATO SARACENO

HYSTORY   Since ancient times Mercato Saraceno is remembered as the place of markets; situated in a strategic crossroad in the middle of the Valle del Savio. From the Onesti’s family,...More

MODIGLIANA

HYSTORY At the confluence of three rivers in the middle valley of Tramazzo (north of Modigliana the river takes the name of Marzeno), Modigliana and its broad valley between green hills, is...More

MONTIANO

HYSTORY   In 895 the Longobard countess Ingelrada gave the village to the Archbishop of Ravenna. For several centuries the city was disputed between Ordelaffi and Malatesta families as long...More

PORTICO-SAN BENEDETTO

HYSTORY   The three villages of Portico di Romagna, Bocconi and San Benedetto in Alpe preserve intact their medieval urban structure. Portico di Romagna retains the ancient structure on three...More

PREDAPPIO

HYSTORY   Separated from the ancient Predappio (from 1936 Predappio Alta), the town is the testimony of Benito Mussolini’s commitment to promote the places that gave him birth. On the...More

PREMILCUORE

HYSTORY   Castrum Premalchorii passed under the rule of Florence at the end of 300. The old town centre, clinging to a spur on the river Rabbi preserves the typically medieval urban structure,...More

ROCCA SAN CASCIANO

HYSTORY   Built around the year 1000, Rocca San Casciano has had an important role in the valley of Montone-Acquacheta. Its heyday was between 1838 and 1923 when we assigned to the town the...More

RONCOFREDDO

HYSTORY   The origin of Roncofreddo and the reasons for its name are uncertain. The town populated around the year 1000, but its heyday was during the rule of the Malatesta, in the thirteenth...More

SANTA SOFIA

HYSTORY    The heyday of this area of the Bidente valley was during the Middle Ages and later, with the annexation to the Grand Duchy of Tuscany. During the modern age the territory was...More

SARSINA

HYSTORY   A melting pot of history, art and culture. The town, of Umbrian origin, was a lively Roman municipium. Here, Titus Maccius Plautus, the greatest Latin playwright, was born in...More

SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE

HYSTORY   The town is famous for the centuries-old controversy – still in progress – regards its identification with the Rubicone river. In this area, in fact, in the year 49. C....More

SOGLIANO AL RUBICONE

HYSTORY   Archaeological finds witness considerable human settlements towards the end of the Bronze Age. Between 1000 and 1100 the area of Sogliano al Rubicone was affected by the phenomenon...More

TREDOZIO

HYSTORY   The territory of Tredozio municipality, is mainly bordered by the valley of the Tramazzo river, but (for a substantial part) it extends also to the widest and more important Montone...More

VERGHERETO

HYSTORY    On the border between the Savio and Tevere valleys, the Municipality area of Verghereto was used as a strategic crossing point by Etruscans and Umbrians people. During the...More