The province of Parma, from the Po to the Apennines, offers many cultural cues. Numerous castles dot the territory, from the fortresses of the plain, to those of the hill up to the fortresses perched on the mountains, veritable treasures of history and art.
Parma is a city in the northern Italian region of Emilia-Romagna famous for its architecture, music, art, prosciutto, cheese and surrounding countryside. With a population of 198,292 inhabitants, Parma is the second most populous city in Emilia-Romagna after Bologna, the region's capital. The city is home to the University of Parma, one of the oldest universities in the world. Parma is divided into two parts by the stream of the same name. The district on the far side of the river is Oltretorren
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The historical centre of Parma is divided into three big parts: Piazza Garibaldi, that was in part the site of the Roman forum, and where the centre of the Municipality is located. There is also the Governor’s palace, with its Baroque tower, which houses the bell of the high civic tower collapsed in 1606, the crowned Virgin in the niche of the bell tower and the two sun-dials dating back to 1829.
Best known for its incredibly edible contributions to world gastronomy (especially parmigiano cheese and Parma ham), Parma has also been revered by opera lovers (who flock to its Teatro Regio) since the days of Verdi, who was born in nearby Roncole. Parma’s many historic sights include the 11th-century cathedral and its baptistry.
Parma is the first Italian city in history to become UNESCO’s heritage site for gastronomy. In this guide you will find out why you have to visit Parma.
Parma is our home, and we are proud to serve those who live here. Below, is a video link to my State of the City address. Every year, I give this presentation in person and invite residents to attend, but like so many other events this year, we had to make an adjustment.
Parma has always been considered a sort of small paradise of the Italian culinary tradition. It is not for nothing that it is also the "cradle" of the Food Valley , that territory that the whole world envies us for its gastronomic excellence.
Parma Italian Restaurant in Louisville Colorado offers traditional Italian dishes such as pastas, pizzas, salads, meat, poultry and seafood abound in various styles. The cheeses are either made in house or imported directly from Rome and Naples. The chefs always prepare unique daily specials that will surely exceed your expectations.
spicy sausage, applewood smoked bacon, caramelized onions, herb oil, pizza cheese, roasted red peppers, hash browns, cracked eggs, dashes of tabasco. Southern Breakfast – 9. two eggs*, applewood smoked bacon, smoked gouda grits, home-fried potatoes, buttermilk biscuit, peach-coriander preserves. Caprese – 9.