Forli (Emilia Romagna)

Forlì is a comune and city in Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy, and is the capital of the province of Forlì-Cesena. The city hosts many of Italy's culturally and artistically significant landmarks: the Piazza Aurelio Saffi, the Abbey of San Mercuriale, the Palazzo Hercolani, with decorations dating from the 19th century; containing the artwork "La Beata Vergine del Fuoco con i Santi Mercuriale, Pellegrino, Marcolino e Valeriano" by Italian painter Pompeo Randi. Forlì is also notable as the birthplace of painters Melozzo da Forlì and Marco Palmezzano, humanist historian Flavio Biondo, physicians Geronimo Mercuriali and Giovanni Battista Morgagni.

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Recipes From Emilia Romagna

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Our writer Cindy gives us the best recipe for homemade whole-grain 'tagliatelle,' a fresh pasta that is easier to make then it seems, from the northern and central areas of Italy 

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Our food writer Amy Gulick shares a recipe and a few legends behind the Italian drink/dessert Zabaione
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Our latest recipe is as simple as they come, using a traditional syrup dating back to Roman times to make this crostini dish a memorable affair.
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Bite into a bit of Reggio Emilia with this delicious recipe for 'Erbazzone' a savory pie and hails from 'cucina povera' or 'poor cuisine.'

What others are saying about Emilia Romagna

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Can anyone recommend an English speaking geometra near Lugagnano Val D'arda Emilia Romagna please? 

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Christina 

Hello everyone! We're working on the second issue of Bellissimo magazine and are taking a deep dive into the fascinating region of Emilia Romagna.

My husband and I are planning to move to Bologna within the next couple of years.  We are working on a visa which requires us to have a rental agreement in place to qualify for the visa but we need the visa to get into the country.  Any ideas as to how to solve this catch-22?