A palette full of Modena
Join us in discovering Modena and its surprising territory. "A palette full of Modena" is a video series consisting of 8 episodes, each lasting 7 minutes, exploring the area around Modena. This emotional journey is dedicated to those who work in the tourism sector in Modena and Emilia Romagna, to tour operators and travel agencies, and to anyone who wants to learn about the history, culture, and tourist offerings that make Modena a unique territory in the world.
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1st episode "Discovering the city"
Dario, Sara, and Martino arrive in Modena and embark on their journey to discover the territory of Modena. Modena at a glance! A city of art that surprises, a land of motors and taste. Modena that moves with the warm and natural hues of the facades of the buildings in its historic center which, like colors on a palette, paint memories.
3rd episode "On the Tracks of the Este Family"
Suddenly, Modena became the capital of the Duchy of Este when the court moved from Ferrara to Modena in 1598. The city took on a new light, attracting artists and architects eager to beautify and enrich it. The whole city and its territory tell the story of this important dynasty through palaces, fortresses, castles, and an ancient road that connects Modena to Massa.
5th episode "A Land of Motors"
A surprising journey into the land of motors, perfect for anyone wanting to immerse themselves in a world of sports cars, vintage automobiles, races, championships, speed, and above all, great emotions.
7th episode "Places of Taste"
Suddenly, Modena wraps you in flavors, colors, aromas, and rural landscapes, from the plains to the Apennines, expressing the tradition and love for taste that in these lands translates into knowing how to do, knowing how to wait, in the image of hands making pasta, and in childhood memories of afternoons spent trying to fold tortellini around a finger.
The project is promoted by:
Modena City Council - City Promotion and Tourism Service; technical partner Modenatur; produced by Intersection.
We would like to thank all the entities, public and private places that collaborated in the realization of the project, and in particular the network of IAT (Tourist Information and Assistance) offices in the province of Modena.a