Incredible Design - Calatrava's Architectural Contributions in Reggio Emilia
Known for its beautifully preserved centro storico, its role as the birthplace of the Italian flag and the namesake of one half of Parmigiano-Reggiano (aka Parmesan cheese), it’s also a wealthy, industrious city that flies under the radar for many visitors to Italy. But Reggio Emilia is a small city with big ambitions.
In 2002, the announcement of Reggio Emilia as the only stop between Milan and Bologna on the new high-speed Frecciarossa railway line heralded a newfound p
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