Soragna is a town and comune in the province of Parma of northern Italy with a population of about 4,800.
The town is known from 712, when it was mentioned in a document by the Lombard king Liutprand. From 1198 it was a possession of the Lupi family and was an imperial fief, with the right to mint coins.
It is home to a medieval rocca, turned into a palace, called the Rocca Meli Lupi. It has 16th century frescoes by Cesare Baglione, possibly Niccolò dell'Abbate, and others. The surrounding park was turned into an English garden around 1820.
Address 5 Piazza Meli Lupi, Soragna 43019, Italy
Coordinates 44°55'38.443" N 10°7'20.54" E