Parma

Parma is a northern Italian city with 192,836 inhabitants (December 31, 2015 Greater: 425,000 inhabitants) in the south-western Po Valley. The Parma Located in the Emilia-Romagna region is adjacent to Milan, Turin, Genoa, Bologna and Venice a leading economic center of northern Italy with a focus on the food industry. Parma has a time-honored, after a medieval Italian tradition called Universitates Citramontanorum been listening university and the Aeroporto di Parma Giuseppe Verdi International Airport. It is conveniently located on one of the main highways of Italy, which runs A1 from Milan over Rome to Calabria.

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