This scenery has been completely redone, to solve some old problems and to increase a bit its area. In honour of my good American (and Italian...) friend D.
Cesena is an Italian town of 97.282 inhabitants in the province of Forlì-Cesena which is located on the Via Emilia about 20 km from Forlì .
Founded around the 5th century BC from the Umbrians, it flourished in Roman times as a center on the Via Emilia, and from that era today it preserves a vast centuriation in the surrounding plain almost intact. It houses the Malatesta Library dating back to the 15th century, the first European civic library and the only example of a humanistic monastic library perfectly preserved in the building, furnishings and library equipment, included by UNESCO in the register of the Memory of the world.
Center of agricultural, commercial and industrial activities mainly in the fruit and vegetable, food and mechanical fields, since 1989 it has been a branch of the University of Bologna.