FIRENZE

Florence is a city of great artistic importance in Italy. It is located in Tuscany and was founded in 59 BC by the Romans. In the 13th century, it became an influential city thanks to the textile industry and trade, in addition to the banking sector dominated by families such as the Medici.

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PARMA

Parma is an Italian city located in the Emilia-Romagna region. First founded by the Etruscans, it became a Roman colony in 183 BC. It passed under the domination of several entities before becoming the city that we know today. Parma is notably known for its parmigiano reggiano and its prosciutto.

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LUCCA

Lucca is a fortified city with many historical monuments. It was founded by the Etruscans and became a Roman colony in 180 BC. Then, in the 12th century, the city developed an important economic prosperity based on the manufacture and the trade of silk. Its most beautiful monuments date from this period.

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NICE

Nice is the economic and cultural capital of the Côte d’Azur in France (French Riviera). It is located by the Mediterranean Sea and is surrounded by mountains. Its old town is characterized by the urbanism and architecture of an Italian fortified city, which is explained by the fact that it was once part of Liguria.

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LÜNEBURG

Lüneburg is a small German medieval town located in the Land of Lower Saxony. In the Middle Ages, it was particularly rich thanks to the salt trade. Fortunately, its charming historic center was not destroyed during the Second World War. It features several North German Brick Gothic monuments.

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