Reggio Emilia

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Is a city in northern Italy, in the Emilia-Romagna region. It has about 171,944 inhabitants and is the main comune (municipality) of the Province of Reggio Emilia. The inhabitants of Reggio nell’Emilia are called Reggiani, while the inhabitants of Reggio di Calabria, in the southwest of the country, are called Reggini.

The old town has a hexagonal form, which derives from the ancient walls, and the main buildings are from the 16th–17th centuries. The commune’s territory lies entirely on a plain, crossed by the Crostolo stream. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Via Emilia San Pietro to  Piazza di S. Prospero
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The walk starts in Via Emilia San Pietro – Basilica di San Pietro, Via Emilia San Pietro – Via Campo Samarotto – Viale Monte S. Michele – Via Dante Alighieri – Via Roma – Parrocchia di San Giacomo, Via Roma – Via Roma – Piazza “Del Popol Giost” – Via Roma – Porta Santa Croce, Via Roma – Via Roma – Via Emilia San Pietro – Via Mario Calderini – Via Emilia San Pietro – Piazza di S. Prospero – Basilica of San Prospero, Piazza di S. Prospero – Piazza di S. Prospero

Video 2 – Piazza Camillo Prampolini to Via Emilia Santo Stefano
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The walk starts in Piazza Camillo Prampolini – Cattedrale di Santa Maria Assunta, Piazza Camillo Prampolini – Via Filippo Corridoni – Via Emilia San Pietro – Via Don Giuseppe Andreoli – Piazza Martiri del 7 Luglio – Piazza della Vittoria -Galleria Cavour – Via Naborre Campanini – Via Guido da Castello- Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza Roversi – Corso Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza Vincenzo Gioberti – Via Emilia Santo Stefano