Marco Minghetti was the Italian Prime Minister just after the mid-19th century (1863) for a year and a half. He was born in Bologna, which is why his statue lies in the historical square.
Minghetti, the 5th Prime Minister of Italy, was a well-respected man who was part of the liberal political party. He was an economist and a statesman as well.
Visit Bologna in Italy just to be a part of the truly spectacular gastronomic experience! It isn’t called The Fat One for nothing, you know!
If you are going to Bologna on vacation, you will need to forget your current diet program and health routines!
Everyone needs to try the culinary adventure that is La Grassa.
The Sala Borse library in Bologna is almost always packed with university students effectively doing research for their projects and papers as well as seniors simply reading the newspaper.
Because of Bologna’s remarkably rich cuisine, it is commonly nicknamed La Grassa; the fat one or the bountiful.
Marco Minghetti is a famous historical figure in Italy; he was the 5th Prime Minister of the beautiful country that tourists explore coming from all around the world.
There are over 30 museums in the magical cultural city of Bologna, some are privately owned, some individually standing, while others are in universities and churches.
There is an archaeological excavation taking place underneath the historic public library of Bologna and visitors can witness this interesting activity because of the magnificent see-through floor in the building acting as a window to the site.
This statue is well sculpted out of rock by an artist that is unknown to me. It depicts a carnivorous lion clearly destroying another animal.
The St John Church (Holy Crucifix Church) in the Santo Stefano complex was built in the 8th century, although the complex started being built in the 5th century originally by St Petronius.
You can find the Basilica di San Petronio on the main square of Bologna, the Piazza Maggiore. This historic church is one of the largest churches in the world.