Bagnara di Romagna

Bagnara di Romagna

Bagnara di Romagna is a town with 2,429 inhabitants (December 31, 2015) in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, Province of Ravenna. It lies on the river Santerno. The village was named after the surrounding marshes originally Bagnara and got the addition in 1863, to distinguish it from Bagnara Calabra. 855 first mentioned in the original settlement was a kilometer southeast of the present situation. The first count of Bagnara was 1129 Bennone, Bishop of Imola. On May 8, 1222 was the original settlement in a battle between Bologna and Faenza and Imola on the one hand, to which belonged Bagnara destroyed. The survivors built the new settlement at a place where already was a house of prayer. After many changes of ownership and disputes between the Papal States and France, the city remained as of July 30, 1562 "indirectly" to the Holy See. After the Napoleonic interlude Bagnara came to the Italian unification again the Papal States. Bagnara di Romagna is since 2007 official partner Municipality of Adelmannsfelden, Ostalbkreis, Baden-Wurttemberg.

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