The Basilica of Santa Maria di Campagna is a Roman Catholic basilica church in the city of Piacenza in the Province of Piacenza, Italy. It was built in a Greek-Cross plan with an octagonal dome in a high Renaissance style in the 16th century. History. It was built in 1522–28, under the patronage of a local guild.
Cadeo (Piacentino: La Cadé or Cadé) is a town and comune (municipality) in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 130 kilometres (81 mi) northwest of Bologna and about 14 kilometres (9 mi) southeast of Piacenza.
From its source the river flows towards north-east for 118 km (73 mi) until it reaches the Po just to the west of Piacenza. The Alta Val Trebbia ("High Trebbia Valley") includes the valley down to Bobbio. It straddles eight comuni of the Province of Genoa: Torriglia, Rondanina, Propata, Fascia, Montebruno, Rovegno, Fontanigorda and Gorreto.
From Piacenza you may easily reach all the magnificent Castelli del Ducato di Parma e Piacenza (Castles of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza) open to the public, which characterise the territory of Piacenza, as well as the neo-gothic borough of Grazzano Visconti (about 20 Km away) which takes visitors back to the past.
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ordine e grado scolastico. Indicazioni storiche. DURATA DELLE VISITE Ore 1,30 visita al Museo Ore 1,30 laboratorio didattico. COSTI Ingresso: intero 6 euro, ridotto 4 euro Scuole e gruppi con visita guidata 6 euro (con laboratorio 11 euro) dettagli alla voce scuole APERTURE Da Marzo a Ottobre, solo per Istituti Scolastici e gruppi organizzati.
La Società Piacentina di Scienze Naturali Nata nel 2002, ha come scopo il far conoscere al pubblico il Museo Civico di Storia Naturale, così come il patrimonio naturalistico della provincia di Piacenza e di quelle limitrofe, attraverso l'attività didattica e scientifica.
Nure The Nure (Latin Nura) is a small river in northern Italy ( province of Piacenza). It has its source on the northern slopes of Mt. Nero, elevation above sea level, and after a course of about —the second longest of the province—flows into the Po River east of Piacenza, in the vicinity of Roncarolo, a frazione of the commune of Caorso, on the border with the Lombard commune of Caselle Landi.
The older remaining part of Palazzo Farnese still shaped as fortress. This large partly constructed palace is located on the banks of the River Po in the city of Piacenza in Northern Italy. In 1556, Ottavio Farnese, Duke of Castro and of Parma, also became Duke of Piacenza and initially set up his court there.
Carried out during the first half of the 18th century, the building has a sober façade with a nice central wrought iron balcony. The porticoed inner ward has floral pattern cobbles that lead to the stairway, one of the most remarkable features of the whole building.
Piacenza Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Piacenza; Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta e Santa Giustina), is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Piacenza, Italy. It was built between 1122 and 1233 and is one of the most valuable examples of a Romanesque cathedral in northern Italy.
Sant'Agostino is a Renaissance style, Roman Catholic church, located at the intersection of the Avenue Farnese and via Giordani in Piacenza, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy. History The adjacent convent were built during 1569-1573 by the Canons Regular of the Lateran, and the church was not completed till 1608.