the ancient library is quite impressive, but I suggest you to go there to visit the small anatomical theater
The former university headquarters and the place where are stored the family stems. When you enter this place you can feel a Hogwarts’ atmosphere.
The first headquarters of the oldest university in the world. Cannot miss the hall for anatomic studies
The construction of the Palace was commissioned by Cardinal Borromeo between 1562 and 1563 following the project by architect Antonio Morandi called Terribilia; it was to house the lecture halls for the University Study (Law and Arts). Up to 1803 it was the seat of the University and since 1838 it…
Devi vedere l'aula di anatomia della più antica università del mondo! You must see the anatomy hall of the oldest university in the world!
“Piazza Maggiore is located at the very centre of Bologna and it's one of the most beautiful and lively squares in Italy. In the past, the square underwent many changes and was further enriched with important buildings: Basilica di San Petronio, Palazzo dei Notai, Palazzo d'Accursio, Palazzo del Podestà and Palazzo dei Bianchi. When there, do not miss to pay a visit to Fontana del Nettuno and Biblioteca Salaborsa as well! ”
“Take a walk, a long walk if you want to see the longest portico in the world. The view is the final reward.”
“The Asinelli leaning tower; it's the highest of the two towers (the other is Garisenda) that you will find at the end of Via Rizzoli. This tower used to be a prison in the past. From the top you will have a very nice view of Bologna, both city and the hills, and the most famous red roofs.”
“Our green lung in downtown Bologna. You can walk, run, train or eat an ice cream or relax taking an aperitif surrounded by the most beautiful park in town”
“When construction of the massive church that dominates one side of Piazza Maggiorebegan in 1390, it was designed to be even bigger than St. Peter's in Rome, but never quite made it. In fact, it was never finished, and the facade remains incomplete. In the tiny museum at the back of the church, you can see the designs that were submitted for the facade, including those by the great architect Andrea Palladio. The interior, which was finished, is often referred to as the epitome of Gothic architecture in Italy, and each of the side chapels seems like a small church. Look for the strange line cutting across the floor of the nave; it is a meridian line.”