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Located in a former livestock market, the Museum of Prosciutto is a destination for anyone who loves pork.
A short drive from Modena is a museum dedicated to one of the area's prime products - Balsamic Vinegar.
A priceless collection of masterpieces accumulated by the noble Farnese family is housed in the monumental Palazzo della Pilotta in Parma.
On Piazza Sant'Agostino in Modena is a palace dedicated to the city's best museums.
The palazzo was built in the late 1700s but has come to be known as the home of the "1900s collection" for its array of contemporary art.
A palazzo residence built at the turn of the Medieval period to the Renaissance, the structure bears architectural features of both styles.
With an extensive collection in a Renaissance-era palazzo, the Archeology Museum of Bologna is worth a visit.
The futuristic sleek yellow roofline tells you that this is no ordinary museum.
MAMbo is the Museo d'Arte Moderna Bologna, the city's premier contemporary arts gallery.
The Museo Civico Medievale is Bologna's museum dedicated to the Medieval era.
The pinacoteca nazionale is the art gallery that displays treasures by artists from Bologna, the Emilia Romagna region, and from other parts of Italy.
The sunny yellow Renaissance villa and sprawling park known as Villa Griffone is the home of the Marconi Museum.
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