What to see in the city...

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The history of the city of Modena began in 183 B.C., when the Roman colony of Mutina was established.A former university and archiepiscopal seat, for over 260 years (from 1598 to 1859) the city was the capital of the Ducato Estense.Since 1997 its Piazza Grande, with the monuments of the Duomo and the Ghirlandina tower, have been included in the list of Italian UNESCO World Heritage Sites.Piazza Grande is the heart of Modenese life and the place where the most significant and beloved monuments of the city are gathered. The Duomo, one of the greatest masterpieces of the European Romanesque, is decorated by the works of the sculptor Wiligelmo, including the Main Portal and the Reliefs of Genesis.Next to the apse of the cathedral stands the Ghirlandina, the bell tower that with its 89.32 meters high is the undisputed symbol of the city;A few steps from Piazza Grande is the large Piazza Roma, dominated by the seventeenth-century Palazzo Ducale , the building that for over two centuries has hosted the Este Court and is now home to the Military Academy.Just outside the city, it is possible to visit Luciano Pavarotti's house where there are countless relics and memories of his fabulous career.

....e what to see for motor enthusiasts

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The mechanical engineering industry makes Modena the world capital of motorsports with the headquarters of Maserati in the city, Ferrari in Maranello, Pagani in San Cesario, and until a few years ago, DeTomaso in Modena and Bugatti in Campogalliano.Several museums and private collections can be visited, such as the M.e.f. (Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari) and the Ferrari museum in Maranello, the private Maserati collection of the Panini family, the Stanguellini museum, the Righini collection at the castle of Panzano, while the Pagani museum can be visited at only 16 km and the Lamborghini museum at 18 km.A concentration of unique masterpieces on wheels.

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Then the excellence of taste...

Vista Sul Tridente | B&B - Holiday flat, Modena
Modena is the richest Italian province in terms of DOP and IGP products. The balsamic vinegar of Modena, lambrusco, parmigiano reggiano, but also zampone and cotechino of Modena as well as prosciutto, gnocco fritto, crescentine (tigelle), tortellini, together with other typical local products make up a fascinating and delightful menu for the gut.Modena is tradition! A combination of succulence and culture that means appreciating good food.The proposal of catering is very wide and is characterized by places ranging from emblazoned restaurants to traditional taverns.