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Alfonsine: ALFONSINE
Alfonsine is an important and modern agricultural centre. Its origins are linked to the Calcagnini family; in 1465 the duke of Ferrara Borso d’Este presented the count Teofilo Calcagnini with the lands on the right bank of the Po of Primaro and the towns of Filo and Longastrino.
This small village lies along the ancient via Fiumazzo, which is dotted with various old churches and oratories, amongst which the one in Ascensione, which dates back to the XVI century.
Bagnacavallo: BAGNACAVALLO
Bagnacavallo is one of the most interesting towns of the province; its name is thought to originate from a hypothetical spa whose water healed the horse of the Roman emperor Tiberius.
Bagnara Di Romagna: BAGNARA DI ROMAGNA
Bagnara still preserves its original Medieval stronghold; the fascinating town centre is surrounded by late XV century walls with an entrance tower and five small ramparts.
Cotignola: BARBIANO
Little village of Cotignola municipality has roman origins. Barbiano is the homeland of Alberico da Barbiano who's considered to be one of the most important italian mercenary captain.
Little rural village of Lugo. In Belricetto worth of mention are the church of Sacro Cuore di Gesù, formerly an oratory, and the XIXth century oratory dedicated to S. Dorotea.
Little rural village in the countyside of Lugo.
Bagnacavallo: BONCELLINO
Little village on the left Lamone river bank. The economy of the village is based on agricolture and wine (Burson uva Longanesi). Is the village of the most famous bandit Stefano Pelloni "Il Passatore".
Cotignola: BUDRIO
Budrio is a small village within the municipality of Cotignola.
Cotignola: CASSANIGO
Cassanigo is a small village near Cotignola.

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