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My hometown italy

  1. 1. SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE
  2. 2. The territory of Emilia-Romagna consists of The territory of Emilia-Romagna consists of a wide plain south of the Po river and the a wide plain south of the Po river and the Appennine mountains run from north to east. Appennine mountains run from north to east.
  3. 3. PROVINCES: Bologna, Piacenza, Parma, PROVINCES: Bologna, Piacenza, Parma, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Ferrara, Ravenna, Reggio Emilia, Modena, Ferrara, Ravenna, Forlì-Cesena (our province) and Rimini. Forlì-Cesena (our province) and Rimini.
  4. 4. SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE The territory of the city lies on The territory ofof the river on the two sides the city lies the two sides of the river Rubicone. Rubicone. The town symbol represents The town symbol represents the Roman bridge with three the Roman bridge with three arches with the famous arches with the famous phrase:”ALEA IACTA phrase:”ALEA IACTA EST”(the dice is thrown). EST”(the dice is thrown).
  5. 5. SAVIGNANO SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE SUL RUBICONE Belongs to the Belongs to the province of Forlì - province of Forlì - Cesena. It has a Cesena. It has a population of population of 14.786 inhabitans 14.786 inhabitans (Savignano) and a (Savignano) and a surface of 23,2 surface of 23,2 square kilometers. square kilometers.
  6. 6. The Rubicon (in Italian The Rubicon (in Italian Rubicone) is an ancient Rubicone) is an a small Latin name for ancient Latin in Romagna.small river name for a During river intimes it flowed Roman Romagna. During Roman times it flowed into the Adriatic sea into the Adriatic sea between ariminium and between ariminium and Caesena. The river was Caesena. The river was considered to mark the considered to mark the boundary between the boundary between the Roman province of Roman province of cisalpine Gaul to the cisalpine Gaul toproper north and Italy the north and Italy proper to the south; the to the south; the boundry thus protected boundry thusfrom the republic protected the republic from internal military threat. internal military threat.
  7. 7. When Julis Caesar crossed the Caesar When Julis Rubicon crossed the Rubicon in 49 BC , to make in 49 BCto to make his way , Rome, he his way to Rome, he broke that law and broke armed and made that law made armed comflict inevitable. comflict inevitable. According to According he Suetonius to Suetonius hefamous uttered the utteredalea iacta phrase the famous phrase alea iacta est (“the die is est (“the die is cast”). cast”).
  8. 8. THE ROMAN BRIGE OVER THE RUBICONE THE THE ROMAN BRIGE OVER THE RUBICONE THE RUBICON RIVER RUBICON RIVER The roman brige was built when the consol Marco Milio The roman brige was built when the consol Marco Milio Lepido traced the route of Via Emilia. Lepido traced the route of Via Emilia. LIBRARY AND ACCADEMY OF FILOPATRIDI In to LIBRARY ANDXVIII in the OF FILOPATRIDI Sec. XVI and ACCADEMY Savignano there were 2 In libraries: one town library the Savignano there were 2 to Sec. XVI and XVIII in and one Accademic Library. libraries: one town library and one Accademic Library.
  9. 9. THE CASTLE OF RIBANO THE CASTLE OF RIBANO On the hills above the town there is the Castel of Ribano, on the Onmain hills above the town there is the Castel of Ribano, on the the route from Savignano sul Rubicone to Sogliano al Rubicone. main route from Savignano sul Giocchino to Sogliano al Rubicone. During the French Revolution, Rubicone Rasponi, capured the During of Ribano. Revolution, Giocchino Rasponi, capured the Castel the French Castel of Ribano.
  10. 10. Piadina romagnola is an Piadina romagnola of an unleavened type is bread unleavened type of bread boasting very ancient boasting very ancientwas origins. Originally, it origins. on a stone which cooked Originally, it was cooked on a stone which has now been replaced by has now been replaced by the iron frying pan. the ironis the symbol of Piadina frying pan. Piadina is the symbol of our regional gastronomy our regional gastronomy and should be eaten like and should be eaten like a sandwich filled with a sandwich filled cheese local cold cuts & with local as Parma Ham or such cold cuts & cheese such as Parma Ham or squacquerone. squacquerone.
  11. 11. Savignano also stretches its territory to the magnificent Savignano also stretcheshotels and seaside establishments, and Adriatic sea coast, with its territory to the magnificent Adriaticamusement with hotels and seaside establishments, and endless sea coast, parks for all ages. endless amusement parks for all ages.
  12. 12. JULIUS CAESAR MIDDLE SCHOOL JULIUS CAESAR MIDDLE SCHOOL Our school, named after the Roman emperor Julius Caesar, is located in Our school, named Savignano.Roman emperor Juliusthan 400is located in the centre of after the The school has more Caesar, students. the centre of Savignano. The school has more than 400 students.
  13. 13. SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE SAVIGNANO SUL RUBICONE

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