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The Emilia-Romagna region is divided into two profiles, which are completely opposite to each other: the southern part is mountainous with foothills, and the northern part is plain. Mountainous areas are mostly reminiscent of abandoned lonely lands, when the plain is always lush dense flora, there is always heavy traffic on the roads and various stormy rivers and small canals flow throughout the region. A distinctive feature of the region has become its old manors, which are an example of the magnificent skill of the architects who built them. Such villas can be found throughout the northern part of Emilia Romagna.
The Adriatic coast also has two contrasting sides: valleys, quiet and almost uninhabited, and beaches, always crowded with many tourist centers along the coastline.
Inland, the region's climate is characterized by hot, humid summers and cold winters with heavy snowfalls and frosts. The climate is becoming much milder off the coast.
The region got its name from the trade route Aemilia, which connects Rimini and Piacenza, which was built by the Roman consul Mark Aemilius Leopidus. The region received a particle of "Romagna" from the Byzantines, who seized part of the territory in the 6th century AD. NS.
The most developed industry in the region is considered to be the production of food products, such as canned food, dairy products, sugar, sausage and meat products, and wine. There are several chemical and pharmaceutical factories.
Tourists from all over Italy and Europe come to Emilia Romagna to visit the Emilian cities, which are rich in their magnificent cultural heritage. You can visit the famous resorts where therapeutic thermal mud is used. In addition, all along the coast there are a variety of hotels, clubs and restaurants that are very popular all over the world.
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