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Reggio Emilia

Borgo Monte del Gesso

The Borgo is located in the hilly part of Scandiano, on the slopes of Mount Vangelo, within the perimeters of a natural oasis occupying over 30 hectares of ground.

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Reggio Emilia

Tenuta Venturini Baldini

The estate is surrounded by vineyards, woods, trails and meadows and it features a romantic Italian garden, an orangery and a balsamic vinegar cellar, as well as a grand manor house.

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Reggio Emilia

Antico Borgo le Viole

The ancient village offers a multitude of outdoors and indoors spaces, that are perfect for celebrations and receptions, as well as an exquisite eighteenth-century oratory, surrounded by greenery.

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Reggio Emilia

Corte del Bruco

Dum que essus opublic aperiocrum inpre adelabem ut essidem talium avendis o et, nultori sendemus adeliuro, quasdacerius senamplicit anterisse, catidem prid invena, anu quam movem oredi plibutem adhumro, quasdacerius senamplicit anterisse, catidem prid invena, anu quam movem oredi plibutem adhum.

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Reggio Emilia

Villa Levi Terracchini

Villa Levi is a charming nineteenth-century mansion with a neo-Renaissance style park located in the heart of Reggio Emilia.

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Corte del Mulino

This converted fifteenth-century mill is immersed in the greenery and tranquility of the charming Emilian countryside. Combining rustic and modern elements, it boasts two large parks with swimming pools, beautiful flower gardens and a stream.

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Reggio Emilia

Ruote da Sogno

A unique location housing a collection of over six-hundred vintage motorcycles and around one-hundred exclusive classic cars. Thanks to LED walls, video mapping and a professional sound system, it is the perfect venue for business or entertainment events.

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Reggio Emilia

Fonderia

Home to the Aterballetto dance company, this bright and modern venue comprises three naves and just as many modular spaces. It is located minutes away from the Reggio Emilia motorway exit.

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Reggio Emilia

Corte di Villa Spalletti

Part of the monumental complex bearing the same name, the Corte Spaletti hosted the King and Queen of Italy in the nineteenth century. Surrounded by a centuries-old park covering tens of hectares of ground, including a scenic lake, the villa is a venue of great charm.

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Parma

Villa la Vignazza

The fifteenth-century neoclassical building in Montechiarugolo (PR), close to the Enza river, is set in a centuries-old park occupying over 40 hectares of ground. It includes greenhouses and reception rooms of different sizes.

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Fidenza

Castello di Tabiano

The Castle, situated in a dominant position on the slopes of the Parma Apennines, is a suggestive location with frescoed halls, vaulted cellars, gardens and flowered terraces and a private chapel.

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Piacenza

Castello di San Pietro in Cerro

Dum que essus opublic aperiocrum inpre adelabem ut essidem talium avendis o et, nultori sendemus adeliuro, quasdacerius senamplicit anterisse, catidem prid invena, anu quam movem oredi plibutem adhumro, quasdacerius senamplicit anterisse, catidem prid invena, anu quam movem oredi plibutem adhum.

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Modena

Villa Coccapani

Built in the early 1600s, this was once the home of the Este family and many other historical figures. The villa, over 2,000 square metres in size, sits on a remarkable park, in a convenient position for reaching the ceramics district and the Emilian Motor Valley.

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Modena

Villa Forni

A 1700s historic mansion complete with frescoes immersed in the Modenese countryside, within a park of ancient trees, just a few minutes from the Modena motorway exit.

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Milano

Area Pergolesi

The Area is an open space with a post-industrial charm. The multi-purpose, technologically advanced venue of almost 500 square meters, is complete with a photographic studio and a recording and control room.

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