Te dwie pochylone wieże są najbardziej znanymi wieżami w mieście. Wieża Asinelli (wyższa) bierze swoją nazwę od bogatej rodziny Asinelli,…
Piazza Maggiore is a central square in Bologna, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.
Stroll the street leading to the railway station. It has always been the main street in the city and now it is packed with shops.
The Fountain of Neptune is a monumental civic fountain located in the eponymous square, Piazza del Nettuno, next to Piazza Maggiore, in…
Bazylika św. Petroniusza w Bolonii – największy i najważniejszy kościół Bolonii.
The basilica of Santo Stefano encompasses a complex of religious edifices in the city of Bologna, Italy.
The Park of Montagnola is a public park in Bologna, Italy; it owes the original construction to Napoleonic rule, who commissioned the park…
Porta Galliera was a gate or portal of the former outer medieval walls of the city of Bologna, Italy.
Visit this church complex and see a collection of ancient musical instruments which were donated by organist Luigi Tagliavini.
The Sanctuary of the Madonna of San Luca is a basilica church in Bologna, northern Italy, sited atop a forested hill, Colle or Monte della…
The Basilica of Saint Francis is a historic church in the city of Bologna in northern Italy.
The Palazzo Grassi is Gothic-style, 13th-century palace located on Via Marsala #14 in Bologna, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.
The Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna or MAMbo is a purpose-designed museum of modern and experimental art in Bologna, Italy.
The Porta Saragozza of Bologna was one of the gates or portals in the medieval walls of this city.
The Certosa di Bologna is a former Carthusian monastery in Bologna, northern Italy, which was founded in 1334 and suppressed in 1797.
These 13th-century gravestones are dedicated to the first university teachers. They used to write down "glosses" into their documents.
The Ducati Museum is a transport museum in Bologna, Italy at the Ducati factory.
San Mattia was a former Roman Catholic monastery and church located at 14 via Sant'Isaia in Bologna, region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.
As the name suggests, the exhibitions present the industrial history of Bologna. They are divided into thematic sections.