Explore interesting sights in Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 7 sights are available in Reggio nell'Emilia, Italy.List of cities in Italy Sightseeing Tours in Reggio nell'Emilia
1. Galleria Parmeggiani
The Anna and Luigi Parmeggiani Gallery is a museum in Reggio Emilia that contains a collection of furniture, paintings and fabrics, union of three different collections, collected between the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the eclectic Luigi Parmeggiani and preserved in the imaginative Gothic-Renaissance building, French and Spanish style, specially built by Parmeggiani in 1924 to contain his art gallery.
2. Teatro Municipale Romolo Valli
The municipal theater Romolo Valli is an opera theater located in Piazza Martiri of 7 July 1960, in the historic center of Reggio Emilia. It overlooks one of the most important city squares, which overlook the other city theater, the Ariosto theater, the San Rocco Gallery and the public gardens.
3. Porta Santa Croce
Porta Santa Croce is one of the gates of the walls of Reggio nell'Emilia, which correspond as perimeter to the current ring roads. It is the only one among the doors and posters of Reggio nell'Emilia to have been saved from the demolitions that affected the walls at the end of the 800.
4. Teatro Cavallerizza
The Cavallerizza theater is the third theater in Reggio Emilia in order of importance and overlooks, like the largest Valli theater and Ariosto theater, on the large area without buildings consisting of Piazza della Vittoria, Piazza Martiri del VII Luglio and the municipal gardens.
5. Chiesa di Santo Stefano
The church of Santo Stefano is an important religious building in Reggio Emilia, located in Via Emilia Santo Stefano. The church is the seat of the parish of San Giovanni Evangelista in Santo Stefano Protomartire of the Urban Vicariate of the diocese of Reggio Emilia-Guastalla.
The church of Sant'Agostino is a place of Catholic worship located in Piazzetta Pignedoli, in the historic center of Reggio Emilia. The church is the seat of the parish of San Lorenzo in Sant'Agostino of the Urban Vicariate of the diocese of Reggio Emilia-Guastalla.
7. Museo del Tricolore
The Tricolour Flag Museum is located in Reggio nell'Emilia, the city that saw the birth of the Italian flag in 1797, inside the town hall of the city, adjacent to the Sala del Tricolore, whose collection is made up of relics related to the Italian flag.
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