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Modena Motorvalley

A experience in the Italian Motor Valley

Modena

Set in the house where the Grand Prix legend was born in 1898, it features an ultra-modern, yellow-aluminum exterior designed to resemble the hood of a car designed by architects J.Kaplický and A.Morgante. Along with Ferrari’s birthplace, hosting the museum of Engines, under the yellow bonnet you'll find a futuristic automotive design gallery, with an exhibition of Ferrari cars and other brands connected with its history and temporary exhibitions. High-definition projectors take visitors on a virtual timeline showing 100 years of motoring in Modena, as well as the story of Enzo Ferrari in which he worked.

While the Ferrari Museum in Maranelloexpose today and tomorrow of the company, sinking roots in the extraordinary history of the Prancing Horse. A permanent exhibition dedicated to the Formula 1 and the World Championships but also some brand new models of cars. Two museums are connected by shuttle or the tour Discover Ferrari and Pavarotti Land .

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This route is for people who don’t want to experience the city of Modena only during the day, but also wants to continue at night! Many are the areas located in the historic...
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Art and Culture
CATHEDRAL, TOWER AND PIAZZA GRANDE: UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE Construction of Modena’s Cathedral (or Duomo) began in 1099. Consecrated by Pope Lucius III in 1184, the Ca...
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Modena is the province richest in PDO (Protected Designation of Origin) and PGI (Protected Geographical Indication) products and is synonymous with fine food the world over....
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Roman architect Bartolomeo Avanzini designed the Palazzo Ducale, whose construction began in 1634. The Palazzo housed the Este Court for more than two centuries and is today...
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The cultural heritage of Modena is marked by the presence of different collections devoted to the history of the image, ranging from photography, drawings, graphics and coll...
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