A small village in the province of Ferrara, Comacchio rises in the middle of a lagoon of the same name and was originally built by joining 13 small islands formed at the mouth of the Po River with the sea. Before suffering the inexorable silting due to the proximity of the mouth of the Po River, over the centuries it was an important naval port in the Adriatic Sea and one of the main ports for trade in North Italy. Of its glorious past, the city nowadays preserves architectures and buildings of great value.
Camacchio is Must See Village in Emilia-Romagna
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