Italy, like any country in the world, respects the men (and women) who fight for their homeland.
There is an entire room that is dedicated to the pilots in World War II in the Santo Stefano complex if you pass the courtyard.
The Basilica di Santo Stefano is actually linked to three other churches. It is one of the most beautiful religious complexes in the world and one of the most beautiful landmarks Bologna has to offer.
The Twin Towers are one of the city’s most famous landmarks; they act as the main symbol of Bologna.
The Torre degli Asinelli and Torre dei Garisenda were both constructed in the 12th century and are considered among the tallest towers in the city.
The Church of Santo Stefano was constructed on top of an ancient temple that was dedicated to Isis.
Chiesa Santi Bartolomeo e Gaetano was built well before the 11th century and can be found in the Piazza Maggiore of Bologna!
The St. Dominic Basilica was named after Saint Dominic de Guzman who arrived in the early 13th century in the city of Bologna.
San Domenico Church in Bologna has the beautiful elaborate tomb of the saint; it is known as the sculpture tomb and it was designed by a number of artists.
The god Neptune on the top of the marvellous Fonatana di Nettuno in the eponymous Piazza Nettuno sits with utmost supremacy and power in full control of the waters below him.
Marco Minghetti is a famous historical figure in Italy; he was the 5th Prime Minister of the beautiful country that tourists explore coming from all around the world.
The Basilica di San Domenico can be found in the Piazza San Domenico in Bologna. This church is more than 700 years old!
On holiday in Bologna, or any other Italian city, you would enjoy visiting a trattoria, which usually has no menu and a very casual service. This would be an interesting cultural experience.