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                    [title] => Piacenza da scoprire
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                    [excerpt] => Come in realtà era da immaginarsi visto che non c’è una delle nostre 100 città d’Italia che non possa essere chiamata città d’arte, Piacenza vi riserverà non poche sorprese.
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                    [title] => 8hs en Piacenza, no alcanzan!
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                    [excerpt] => Nuestro recorrido por las callecitas de Piacenza continúa entre charlas que se ven interrumpidas por los sorprendentes palacios, que surgen en cada una de las esquinas de la ciudad dándole el nombre, alrededor del ’700, de “città dei palazzi”.
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                    [excerpt] => Piacenza has always been a transit town between the north and south – especially if you do the often-transited route between Milan and Bologna, continuing further south. Yet, recently I discovered that Piacenza deserves some time of its own.
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                    [title] => Through castles and estates at the Duchy of Piacenza
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                    [excerpt] => The BlogVille bloggers visiting Castell'Arquato, a medieval town located on the Val D’Arda hills, province of Piacenza.
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                    [excerpt] => ¿Cuáles son los pueblos más bonitos de Emilia-Romaña? Pues hasta hace muy poco tengo que admitir que no tenía ni idea. Para mí hacer turismo por Emilia-Romagna –que, los que me conocen, saben que es una de mis regiones favoritas de Italia, por muchas razones– ha significado siempre disfrutar de sus ciudades: Bolonia, Parma, Modena, Ferrara, Rávena, Rímini, Piacenza… ¿Cuántas veces habré ido? Las ciudades de Emilia-Romaña son el ejemplo ideal del turismo que más nos gusta: el que aúna cultura, gastronomía y poca masificación. Pero, ¿y los pueblos? ¿Sólo hay pueblos con encanto en la Toscana, en Umbría o en Las Marcas –vale, tú no pensarás en Las Marcas, pero es mi región y tiene pueblos medievales idílicos–? Está claro que no, los hay también en Emilia-Romagna. ¡Y qué pueblos!
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