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Postcards from Parma
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Charming Parma is located north of the Apennines and south of the Po River. Much of the lively historic center has been untouched by modern times, despite heavy damage during World War II. Few Italian towns are as urbane or prosperous as Parma, not only a byword for gustatory delight food and good living but also a treasure trove of excellent paintings, superlative sculpture, and fine medieval buildings. It boasts one of Italy's top opera houses. Parma draws crowds for its sublime prosciutto di Parma and for its superior Parmigiano Reggiano cheese (best known as Parmesan).
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Parma, Italy - Piazzale Corridoni
Parma, Italy - Piazzale Corridoni
Parma, Italy - L'Oltre Torrente
Parma, Italy - S. Annunciata Church
Parma, Italy - Farnese Theatre
Parma, Italy - Farnese Theatre
Parma, Italy - Royal Theatre
Parma, Italy - Royal Theatre
Parma, Italy - Royal Theatre
Parma, Italy - The Palace of the Riserva
Parma, Italy - La Cittadella
Parma, Italy - La Cittadella
Parma, Italy - Ducal Palace, Ducal Park
Parma, Italy - Ducal Park and Palace
Parma, Italy - The Trianon fountain
Parma, Italy - Petitot's Casino & Risorgimento Square
Parma, Italy - Rocca Di Soragna (Da Parma Km. 26,7)
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Parma, Italy - The Church of St. John the Evangelist
Parma, Italy - The monastery of St. John the Evangelist
Parma, Italy - Garibaldi Barrier
Parma - Castello di Torrechiara (Da Parma Km. 19)
Parma, Italy - Palace of the Pilotta
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Roncole Verdi
Roncole Verdi
Roncole Verdi
S. Agata - Villa Verdi
Parma, Italy - Monument to V. Bottego
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Parma, Italy - Palace of the Riserva
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Parma, Italy - Pallavicino Palace
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