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This page offers you audioguided tours in the monuments of the Modena Cathedral, Carpi Romanesque monuments and Nonantola.
Please open the index card "Audioguide" below the descriptions of the monuments.

 

The production of the audio guides as well as the esablishment of the download portal has been financially supported by the project CrossCulTour. CrossCulTour has been implemented within the scope of the Central Europe-Programme and co-finacned by the EFRE. Further information on CrossCulTour can be found here.

 


Cathedral - Modena


Starting from 1099 the Romanesque cathedral of Modena was erected at the place of a previous building. In 1997 the cathedral together with the Torre Civica and the Piazza Grande was included into the UNESCO world heritage list.

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    • The Middle Ages in Modena
      A journey to the Middle Ages of Modena: discover the Cathedral with its Ghirlandina tower and the nearby museums!
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    • Around the Cathedral in Modena
      Find out more about the Community Palace, the Piazza Grande and the public market of Modena.
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Church of Sta.Maria in Castello - Carpi


Traditionally said to have been founded by Castaldo dei Longobardi in the mid-eighth century. The Pieve di Santa Maria, a parish church, was built in the early twelfth century, over the ruins of a previous, Longobard building, and was consecrated in 1184, since which time it has been called "La Sagra".

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    • King Astolphu's Palace

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Abbazia di S. Silvestro - Nonantola


  In the 11th and 12th centuries Nonantola was one of the most powerful and most influential abbies in North Italy. Founded in 752, the abbey with its architectural fabric and its numerous preserved artefacts, is a unique testimonial of the Romanesque époque.

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    • The Abbey of S. Silvestro

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    • The Benedectine Museum and the Diocesan Museum of Sacred Art

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Il castello dei Pio - Carpi


The earliest historical information about Carpi Castle dates back to the tenth-eleventh century and refers to the various fortification work raised in many areas of the Po Valley, to protect against the many Hungarian raids that became frequent on the peninsula from the ninth century.

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    • The Pio di Savoia Palace

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