Reggio Emilia is an ancient Italian town, situated on the ancient roman Via Aemilia and it still has its medieval center as well as ducal monuments from the Este family. Still relevant today is the cultural environment of the Reggio Emilia area, as cradle of Italian excellences in various fields (i.e. the painter Giorgio Morandi), including photography.
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