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It is the city of ceramics. Located in the heart of Romagna, along the Via Emilia, it boasts a very ancient artistic tradition, so much so that in the world the term Faience is used to define majolica in general and not only the artefacts, artistic and handicraft, produced in Faenza. Shops, laboratories, museums (Mic, Palazzo Milzetti, etc) set the urban path in a rich range of styles and genres. The central Piazza del Popolo, with the Cathedral and the Clock Tower, are an admirable example of a lively and historical urbanity at the same time.Impreziosity by numerous prestigious religious architectures, the city does not fail to offer tourists opportunities for recreation and culture.

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