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The geographic position of the Province's rivers and canals make it an important crossroads between the Adriatic Sea, northern Italy and Europe.

Crossed the wood, we meet the town of Mesola, an ancient Estensi feud and their summer residence.The beauty of the landscape suggests a trip inland, for a walk along the Argine Agosta, in order to admire one of the most particular landscapes in Italy: water expanses and meadows as far as the eye can see, all shrouded in solitary silence.A boat tour can complete the visit in the seductive landscape of the Valleys.Today it is possible to visit the Church of Santa Maria, the Bell Tower, the Aula Capitolare and the Dormitory, now home to the Museo Pomposiano; the Refectory and the Palazzo della Ragione.After that you may want to visit Valleys of Comacchio, among the most famous Lagoon complexes existing in Italy and Europe.On the Ferrara Mountains, you can visit the Stellata village with the Fortress of Stellata and the town of Cento, separated by Pieve di Cento through the river Reno.

This town is called in this way perhaps because of the one hundred fishermen's cabins or more probably after of an ancient land repartition.

The palace overlooks piazza hosting the Cathedral of San Giorgio built from the twelfth century with an outstanding façade begun in Romanesque style whose upper part has been later built in a Gothic style; the result is a superb synthesis of styles.

In the Cathedral Museum it is possible to admire finds and sculptures mostly coming from the Cathedral, such as the ancient panels of the Organo, and the thirteenth century panels from the Porta dei Mesi of the Cathedral together with tapestries and paintings which complete the museum itinerary.

Of its past remain the ruins of a 16th century castle.

From Comacchio you may go to Spina, a Greek-Etruscan city developed in the 7th and 6th centuries BC, and exchange point at the Po Delta.

Palazzo Costabili, which legend ascribes to Ludovico il Moro, is now the centre of the National Archeological Museum.