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Teatro Regio

The Teatro Regio was inaugurated in 1829 with “Zaira”, the opera specially composed for the occasion by Vincenzo Bellini. Its construction, commissioned by the Duchess Maria Luigia, was entrusted to Nicola Bettoli and it took eight years. The theater turned…
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Italian artistic Bookbidings exhibition

Biblioteca Palatina and Fondazione Museo Bodoniano in collaboration with the Consortium of Parma Sistemacons, organize the exhibition “Binding of art: modern and ancient craftsmen” The exposition will be held at the Palatine Library - at the Palace of Pilotta…
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Masone’s Labyrinths

Labyrinths have always fascinated me. Along with gardens, they are among humanity's most ancient inventions. I first envisaged building a labyrinth twenty years ago, at a period in time when I frequently had one guest in particular stayng at my house in the…
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Airport in Parma

Giuseppe Verdi International Airport in Parma, a bridge to the world.With scheduled flights, aeronautic service and Cargo links, our city is at the center of an ever-expanding air junction. For more information: http://www.parma-airport.it

Parma, known as the "little Paris", attracts visitors from all over the world with its numerous artworks and monuments which make of Parma a cultural city which offers in its small center a lot of unique attractions: the Cathedral, the Baptistery and the Episcopal Palace, overlooking one of the most beautiful squares in the world, the frescoes of Correggio and Parmigianino, St. John and the Antica Apothecary, the Basilica of Santa Maria della Steccata, the Regio Theatre, which is considered the temple of Opera and where the genius of Giuseppe Verdi is still present, the Palace of Pilotta with the Farnese Theater and the Palatina library and National Gallery , the Church of the Holy Annunziata, the birthplace of Arturo Toscanini (conductor), the Ducal Parc, the Parc of Citadel, St Paul's gardens (with the Parmigianino’s fresoes) and many other Museums.
In the city Center, Garibaldi Square, which takes the name from the statue of the hero of the two worlds, offer sa wonderful glance of of the City Hall and the Palace of Governor with its
The “Lungo Parma”, along the river, offers a view of the medieval houses overlooking the River. A unique spectacle, the Parmigiani are proud of.
A city to love and where to come back.

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