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Bacino di Suviana

Bacino di Suviana, Metropolitan City of Bologna, Italy

Lake/ River/ Ponds

About Bacino di Suviana

The Lake Suviana is an artificial lake located in the ' Bologna Apennines, formed following the construction of a dam high 91.5 meters, started in 1928, and completed in 1932.  The basin is mainly fed by the eastern Limentra stream and is located entirely in the metropolitan city of Bologna. The two banks bathe the municipality of Camugnano to the east and the municipality of Castel di Casio to the west. The villages of Suviana, Badi, Bargi, and Stagno overlook the lake.

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Rocchetta Mattei11.01km from Bacino di Suviana

The Rocchetta Mattei is a fortress located on the northern Apennines, on a hill 407 meters above sea level, in the locality of Savignano in the municipality of Grizzana Morandi, on the state road nº 64 Porrettana, in the metropolitan city of Bologna. Built-in the second half of the 19th century, it mixes different styles in an eclectic way, from medieval to Moorish.

Corno alle Scale16.72km from Bacino di Suviana

The Corno alle Scale is a mountain of ' Tuscan-Emilian Apennines, located in the municipality of land Lizzano in Belvedere, with the northern slope and the summit included entirely in' area of the metropolitan city of Bologna, of which it constitutes the highest altitude and part of the southern slope included in the municipality of San Marcello Piteglio in the province of Pistoia. The name derives from the singular shape of the northern wall, consisting of a series of tiered rocky cliffs.

Scaffaiolo Lake18.59km from Bacino di Suviana

The Scaffaiolo Lake is a lake mountain situated in the territory of the municipality of Fanano in Modena Province, in the high Modena Apennines. Its name seems to derive from scaffa , a presumably Lombard term that seems to mean a depression in the ground.

Monte Cimone28.05km from Bacino di Suviana

Mount Cimone is the largest relief of the northern Apennines, with a height of 2,165 meters above sea level.  It is a popular ski resort in the winter. There are 31 ski slopes with a total length of more than 50 km.  It is also frequented by snowboarders as it houses a fairly large snow park in the Passo del Lupo area and two other smaller parks in the areas of Lake Ninfa and Polle. The mountain extends through the municipalities of Fiumalbo, Sestola, Fanano, and Riolunato.

Parco delle Cascine40.6km from Bacino di Suviana

One of Florence's largest parks with playgrounds and is a great place to let the little 'uns loose. It was a hunting reserve for the Medici dukes, but Peter Leopold opened it to the public in 1776, with boulevards, fountains, and bird sanctuaries. In the late 19th century, horse racing began here. Queen Victoria was a fan of Florence and would toddle along to the Cascine during her stays. The park now covers an area of 160 hectares. It has the shape of a long and narrow stripe, on the north bank

Stibbert40.81km from Bacino di Suviana

The Stibbert Museum is located on via Frederick Stibbert on the hill of Montughi in Florence, Italy. The museum contains over 36,000 artifacts, including a vast collection of armor from Eastern and Western civilizations. It hosts a curious and large collection of weapons, armor, clothing, and objects from different epochs and backgrounds, collected by Federick during the course of his life.  At the time of his death,  the villa and the collection were donated to the city of Florence.

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Emilia-Romagna is a top European tourism destination, welcoming more than 11.5 million visitors annually and generating 50 million overnight stays. Its unique attractions – historical, cultural, artistic, social, industrial and economic – provide visitors with an authentic, all-round experience of the Italian lifestyle.