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Modena

LUCA MODENA FUTURISTA

Die historische Universitätsstadt Modena

mit ihren  

200.000 Einwohnern liegt

in der Region Emilia-Romagna,

in der Nähe

des Toskanisch-Emilianischen Appennin

und auf halber Strecke

zwischen

der Adria und dem tyrrhenischen Meer.

LUCA DUOMO1
Modena Daniela GhirlandinaDuomo anticati

Modena Daniela chiostro Delfini

Modena ist eine Stadt  

die man am besten

beim Schlendern unter den Lauben,
oder beim Radfahren entlang der ehemaligen Kanäle entdeckt
und so den mittelalterlichen Zauber

der alten Gemäuer aus der Zeit des Hofes der Herzogsfamilie

der Este erleben kann.

Im Gegensatz zu anderen italienischen Städten, 

die eher wie museale Komplexe
wirken und fest in der Hand ausländischer Touristen sind,
hört man in Modena an jeder Ecke hauptsächlich Italienisch.
Auf der Straße oder in den Geschäften
findet man immer Neugierige,
die gerne zu einem Gespräch bereit sind.

LUCA GHIRLANDINA Modena Piazza XX settembre
Modena Daniela tempio LUCA METOPA CAPRONE  E SALTIMBANCO

Modena befindet sich 

in einer sehr günstigen strategischen Lage,
in der Nähe berühmter Städte
wie Bologna, Mailand, Venedig, Verona, Florenz, Pisa und Siena
und ist ein optimaler Ausgangspunkt,
um Kleinode wie
Ferrara, Ravenna, Parma, Mantua, Reggio Emilia, Cremona oder Piacenza zu entdecken,
sich im Sommer an den nahegelegenen Stränden der romagnolischen Küste zu erfreuen
oder sich im Winter auf den Skipisten
des Monte Cimone zu vergnügen.

Modena Daniela PiazzaRoma

 Modena ist gleichzeitig

eine kleine und große Stadt
und dank ihres künstlerischen Erbes,
ihrer kunsthandwerklichen Tradition sowie

des Fleißes

und der Liebenswürdigkeit
ihrer Menschen wirklich

einzigartig.

Modena Ghirlandina

Enzo Ferrari,
Luciano Pavarotti,
Mirella Freni,
Massimo Bottura...
berühmte Namen, die uns etwas über

die Bevölkerung der Stadt verraten:

phantasievoll und pragmatisch, willensstark, geistreich,

solid, abgerundet, positiv,

Liebhaber der guten Küche,

der Kunst und der schönen Seiten des Lebens….

Modena Daniela PalazzoDucale ombrellone chiuso LUCA METOPA ANTIPODI
LUCA PAVAROTTI

Antik und modern.
Modena und der romanische Dom.
Modena und der Feuersaal im Rathaus.
Modena und der Herzogspalast in üppigem Barock.
Modena und all seine Kunstschätze

in den Kirchen.
Modena,
das einzigartige Weltkulturerbe.

Modena Daniela giardini pubblici
LUCA METOPA POTTA Modena Daniela manifattura

Und die Piazza Grande,
die Lauben,
das Kopfsteinpflaster,
die bernsteinfarbenen Fassaden der historischen Paläste,
das Teatro Comunale Pavarotti
mit seinem hochkarätigen Programm an Opern, 
Konzerten und Ballett
und die bedeutenden Ausstellungen moderner Kunst.

Modena Daniela cripta

Im historischen Zentrum 
die kleinen Werkstätten von Juwelieren,
bekannten Lautenmachern,
Restauratoren und Schneidern.
Am Stadtrand,
die weltberühmten großen Firmen
wie Ferrari, Maserati, Tetra Pak, 
Panini Figurine,
New Holland, Lamborghini,
Pagani Automobili...

LUCA CAVALLO MANIFATTURA

Chef und Wirte.
In Modena findet man 
erlesene Haubenrestaurants 
und international bekannte Chefs,
die ihre köstlichen Kreationen

elegant kredenzen. 
Genauso wie beleibte, sympathische Wirte,
die Meister der traditionellen Küche 
sind und dazu lokale Weine auftischen. 

Modena Daniela bicchiere Modena Daniela laghetto
Modena Duomo rosone Modena Daniela tavolini PiazzaRoma

Einkaufen wie in alten Zeiten,
in der zauberhaften Jugendstil-Markthalle

des Mercato Albinelli, 
im Schatten des mittelalterlichen Turmes, 
wo Obst-du Gemüsehändler, Metzger,
Bäcker und Wurstverkäufer
ihre Produkte feilbieten. 
Oder in den Bus steigen, 
um sich nach 10 Minuten 
in einem der größten Einkaufszentren

Italiens wiederzufinden. 

Modena Daniela portone uccellino

Jeder Ort in Italien 
hat seine Geschichte,
seine Traditionen 
und seine ureigenen Bräuche.
Wenn du Italien

von seiner authentischsten Seite kennenlernen möchtest,
komm nach Modena,
dann hast du dein etwas anderes Ziel erreicht.

Modena Ghirlandina obliqua
Modena Daniela bici ringadora LUCA DUOMO2 Modena Daniela arcate duomo

Für das Bildmaterial über Modena (mit Ausnahme einiger eigener Fotos) danken wir:

LUCA OLIVIERI für die Aquarelle:
folgen Sie ihm auf medusediluce.blogspot.it

DANIELA LODI für die Fotos:
folgen Sie ihr auf Instagram: @ladan26