The Province of Ravenna

The Province of Ravenna is located in the North-East of Italy, in the Emilia-Romagna Region. It counts more than 350.000 inhabitants distributed in 19 Municipalities characterised by outstanding and diversified landscape, from the hilly inland up to the plain coastal area. The Province of Ravenna forms the northern part of Romagna where some stretches of the Reno River and the Comacchio marshland, mark the dividing line with the Province of Ferrara to the North. It borders with the province of Bologna to the west and those of Forlì-Cesena and Florence to the South.

The coastal strip is a low-lying coastline featuring exceptional wetlands and represents the southern part of the Po Delta Park. The Ravenna portion of Apennines is characterised by rolling hills "sparkled with" medieval villages perfectly preserved, and the protected area Parco della Vena del Gesso Romagnola.


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