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Discover 3 places to see in Bagnacavallo

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Ecomuseo della Civiltà Palustre

Set in a rural building situated a few kilometres from the town of Bagnacavallo, show-through didactic panels, pictures and objects-the main scientific and ecological characteristics of plant species used in artisan products obtained from the processing of Marsh grasses. The reconstruction of ecological can capture the process of colonization vegetation of wetlands in freshwater and brackish waters typical of the area. From the simple identification of specific species and their placement in the environment, you change to a revival of the historical process of formation of the Po Valley up to


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Civic Museum of Capuchin monkey

The former convent of Capuchin Nuns, a large building complex of sixteenth-century origin, extensively renovated during the 18th century, purchased by the city in the early 1970s, offers the Cultural Centre. Here cohabit the library and the municipal Archive and Museum sections covering ancient and modern art collections, photography, along with a small core of stone artefacts and archaeological interest that combines architectural elements and artifacts related to a Roman necropolis explored since 1954. The old section includes paintings and furnishings from churches and convents of the terri


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The Teatro Carlo Goldoni

In the year 1648 "At the right side of the doorway of the above" (Ballet Ms.) Factory was built of abundance, where they seat collection warehouses of wheat, which hosted a small theatre in the mezzanine all to wooden boxes. Of this theater, you have news in the Council meeting of the year 1698 when it comes to give it in transfer during Carnival to city workers for some representations provided to retain the scenographic Kit. At its meeting of March 1791 advise you decide to paint by Filippo Bibiena a tarpaulin and a few scenes of marine character. In March 1796, he decides to buy the Palazzo


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