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|Agricampeggio Agriturismo La Rocchetta|
|Straße: ||Via Rocca N. 69|
|Lokalität: ||Ferrara Loc S.Egidio (Ferrara) [Emilia Romagna]|
|Telefon:||+39 0532 725824|
|Fax : ||+39 0532 729084|
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||Argenta and Campotto Oasis
The Casino di Campotto is a rural building situated at the entrance to the Oasis in via Cardinala.
It houses exhibition trails for a wide audience: from families with small children to schoolchildren and researchers. The Environmental Education Centre is made up of two sections, one dedicated to History and the other to Nature. The first documents the evolution in the relationship between people and the natural environment, and it bears witness to daily life from the Middle Ages to the 1900s.
The Nature section prepares you for the visit to the reserve, the real open-air museum, with a fascinating multi-sensorial chamber in which you can live the sensations and atmosphere of a day outside.
The four habitats to discover, shown in giant imagese in the Museum are:
The Lily pound, The Reed Bed, The wet Meadow, The Carr Woodland.
Outside the museum extends the 1,600 hectares of the Val Campotto Oasis.More info:www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/en/argenta/discover-the-area/art-and-culture/museums-and-galleries/valli-di-argenta-museum
Ferrara, eine Stadt im Herzen der Po-Ebene, die Atmosphäre wundervoller Straßen und Gebäude, die vor langer Zeit nach menschlicher Dimension entworfen wurden und heute den harmonischen Hintergrund eines lebhaften und bunten Treibens darstellen. Sehr vieles ist noch von der Zeit der Renaissance zu erleben: der Glanz des Hofes der Este, das grandiose Projekt der Erweiterung der Stadt unter Ercole I. d’Este, die wundervollen Fresken und Gemälde aus dem 15. und 16. Jh., das Schloss, die Stadtmauern, die Palazzi, Museen, Kirchen und Kreuzgänge, die vielen grünen Innenhöfe und die gepflegten Parkanlagen. Seit 1995 ist das historische Zentrum von Ferrara von der UNESCO in die Liste der Weltkulturerbe als bewundernswertes Beispiel einer Stadt aufgeführt, deren Projekt auf die Renaissance zurückgeht und die über einen vollständig erhaltenen Stadtkern verfügt. Die in dieser Gestaltung verdeutlichten städtebaulichen Grundsätze hatten einen wesentlichen Einfluß auf die Entwicklung der Urbanistik in den späteren Jahrhunderten .
Bologna (Bulåggna in the Bolognese dialect) is a city of 372,256 inhabitants and is the seat of both the province of the same name and also of the region, Emilia Romagna.
An ancient university city since 1088, it has hosted a great number of students who lend the city a certain richness and animate its cultural and social life. Noted for its towers and long porticos and arcades, Bologna has a well preserved historical center (one of the most extensive in Italy), thanks to an painstaking policy of restoration and conservation underway since the late 1970’s, and in spite of grave damages caused first by urban demolition at the end of the 19th century and then by war.
The city, whose origins date back to at least a millennium before Christ, has always been an important urban center: first under the Celts and the Etruscans (Felsina), then under the Romans (Bononia), and then once again as a free commune (municipality) during the Middle Ages (during which time it was even the fifth most populous city in Europe for a century). Although an important center of cultural and artistic activity, it sometimes goes unrecognized as such, lacking a “masterpiece” of worldwide fame to attract crowds of tourists. Nevertheless, its artistic and monumental importance is based on a corpus of monuments, architectural landmarks (medieval towers, antique palazzi, churches, and the structure of the historical center), and works of art - the yield of a first-class architectural and artistic past.
||Comacchio e Valli
Comacchio, the "little Venice", is an enchanting lagoon town: it's neat and unfeigned, endowed with a vitality that comes from a strong respect for its own history and for the environment that surrounds it.The limpid brightness of the light reminds us that we are close to the sea here, and this light goes on to flood the town, only to be increased by the calm surfaces of the canals. A treasure chest of particular natural beauty and reminders of its history, Comacchio, now known as the capital of the Po Delta Park, is a little town that was born and still lives between the land and the water.Its coast is an ideal destination for spending a holiday with family or friends, or for a relaxing weekend resting in the sun or partying through the lively lido nights.
Where to visit and what to see
The best period for visiting Comacchio runs from April to mid-October. In particular, for those who love the tastes of the sea, the first two weekends of October host a food festival based on the eel, with tastings and shows in the street.
The best views in town are from the Ponte degli Sbirri: on one side the historic Ospedale degli Infermi and on the other the 19th century Palazzo Bellini and the famous Trepponti, the symbol of Comacchio.From the Loggiato dei Cappuccini, which leads to the church of Santa Maria in Aula Regia, you can access the historic Manifattura dei Marinati, the pickling works, completely restored into full working order; visit the “Sala dei fuochi” with its 12 stoves, where the eels are roasted on spits before being marinated.
The graceful 17th century Fish Market attests to more seaborne activity, and it still sells the daily catch.
Important historic buildings also include the ancient Cathedral of San Cassiano, the Loggia del Grano, and the Clock Tower.For lovers of archaeology, the rare and extensive finds from a ship that ran aground not far from the town in the time of Augustus Caesar are housed at the Roman Ship Museum in Palazzo Bellini.
In the late afternoon, when the sunset paints extraordinary colours, the nature reserve of the Comacchio lagoons - south of the old town - is a fascinating environment.A trip into history by motorboat allows you to feel the atmosphere of the lagoon with its 'casoni' (fishing huts) and 'tabarre' (stores/workshops), the fishing equipment, and marvellous vegetation. Bird watching is a particularly attractive activity here.You mustn't leave without having walked along the loggia, the Loggiato dei Cappuccini, the longest in Italy, or without making a trip by boat or bike into the Comacchio lagoon.
This town on the water can also be visited by boat, more specifically with the traditional “batane”: a free service is offered by volunteers whose moorings are around the Trepponti. More info:www.emiliaromagnaturismo.it