The Nature of Reggio Emilia

The province of Reggio Emilia extends over a surface of 2291 km2 , a stripe-shaped land that offers many different landscapes: from the top of Mount Cusna (2120 mt) to the flat horizon of the plain, often cultivated in what looks like a colorful patchwork.

The province borders on Lombardy to the north, letting the great river Po tracing part of this boundary and influencing greatly the life of the inhabitants of the cities that stand on its side, river people through and through with very special and unique culture and historic heritage.

On the west side of Reggio Emilia’s territory lays the province of Parma, while the eastern boundary is shared with Modena’s province; the southern side of the land is also very rich with ancient culture and stunning nature, for there we can find one of the most interesting sections of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, confining indeed with Tuscany.

Amongst the natural treasures of the Apennines mountains: the unmistakable silhouette of the Pietra di Bismantova, one of northern Italy most important training grounds for free climbers.



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