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Excursions


Ravenna
Included in the Conference fee.
Thursday afternoon, 18 September.
The worldwide famous city of art, history and culture is located within 25 km from Forlì. The role it played during the transition from Roman Antiquity to Middle Ages as the capital of Roman Italy has left in Ravenna the most impressive Byzantine monuments to be seen in Western Europe.
Link: http://www.turismo.ra.it/
English version available

If you are so lucky as to have some days at your disposal before of after the Meeting, you can take the opportunity to visit some famous art cities easily accessible from Forlì.
The immediate neighbourhood of Forlì is a pleasant countryside rich in hill towns, castles and churches.
Link: http://www.turismoforlivese.it/servizi/notizie/notizie_homepage.aspx
English version available

Some renowned art treasures are located at a reasonable distance

Urbino (110 km)
The ideal city of Renaissance, the birthplace of Bramante and Raffaello.
Link: http://www.urbinonline.net/
English version available

Bologna (70 km)
Seat of the oldest University of the Western World, one of the great art cities in Italy.
Link: http://www.cittadarte.emilia-romagna.it/citta/bologna/
English version available

Ferrara (115 km)
One of the most famous Italian Renaissance's Courts
Link: http://www.cittadarte.emilia-romagna.it/citta/ferrara/
English version available

San Leo (80 km)
One of the most impressive hill towns in Italy. In its fortress the famous Cagliostro was kept prisoner.
Link: http://www.incastro.marche.it/incastro/sanleo/
English version not available

Rimini (50 km) Fellini's birthplace is known not only for its strands, but above all for its Roman monuments and its Tempio Malatestiano, Leon Battista Alberti's masterpiece.
Link: http://www.comune.rimini.it/servizi/citta/monumenti/
English version not available

Cesena (20 km)
The Biblioteca Malatestiana, together with the twin Biblioteca Laurenziana in Florence, is both an architectural treasure and an impressive collection of rare manuscripts.
Link: http://www.malatestiana.it/manoscritti/indexg.htm
English version available




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