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Marzabotto

  • Marzabotto Marzabotto is in the heart of the Bolognese Apennines and has a very ancient historical heritage. Indeed, in its territory are the remains of an Etruscan town called Misa, which dates back to the VI and V centuries B.C.; the local archaeological museum (Museo Archeologico Pompeo Aria) preserves a wide collection of findings from the Etruscan sites. In recent history, Marzabotto sadly became well known for the Nazi-Fascist massacre inflicted on the local population in the autumn of 1944.

    Distances from main Italian cities:
    Bologna 26Km Florence 104Km
    Milano 236Km Roma 406Km
    Venezia 181Km
    Closest tollgates:
    A1 exit Sasso Marconi;
    Main roads:
    Statale n.64, (from Bologna and from Pistoia).
    Trains:
    Bologna-Porretta Terme railway line, Marzabotto station
    Buses:
    ATC

    I.A.T. di Marzabotto
    Tel. +39 051 931026
    iat@comune.marzabotto.bo.it
    Casa della Cultura e della Memoria - Via Porrettana Sud, 1, 40043 Marzabotto BO


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