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By choosing to move to Emilia Romagna, you will be living in one of Europe's richest and most developed regions. Bologna, its capital city, is a major cultural and economic hub. In fact, it is one of the most visited places in Italy.

Divided in nine provinces, Emilia Romagna is very welcoming towards expatriates who are looking forward to settle and work here by providing job opportunities in various fields.

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Emilia Romagna bloggers

Gypsy Musings

3 years ago

Thoughts on life, Italy, and everything and anything in between.

Married to Italy

4 years ago

Big city Texan girl meets small town Italian boy. Chaos ensues. (My stories - both funny and tragic - about loving, dating, living with, and marrying an Italian man.)

The Italian Files

6 years ago

A blog with pictures, observations on people and places and food (how could you have an Italian themed blog without it?). To sum up, life in Bell'Italia.


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