Some corrupt files were found from the flightsim.to download, which prevents the scenery from loading correctly. For prevention, I uploaded all my sceneries.No difference with the previous scenery. If you have NO problem using the original ones, very well. Otherwise use this new copy.
Sono stati trovati alcuni file corrotti provenienti dal download di flightsim.to, il che impedisce allo scenario di essere caricato correttamente. Per prevenzione, ho effettuato l'upload di tutti i miei scenari. Nessuna differenza con lo scenario precedente. Se non avete problemi ad usare lo scenario precedente, bene così. In caso contrario utilizzate la copia.
Short story of the town.
The city was formerly called Forum Cornelii, after the Roman dictator Lucio Cornelio Silla founded it around 82 BC.
The current name derives from the phrase "Castrum Imolae", used for the first time in the seventh century to indicate the settlement on Mount Castellaccio; subsequently the name passed to the city itself.
After the invasion of the Lombards, the city was ruled alternately by the Byzantines and the Lombards.
In the first centuries after the year 1000, the first municipal statute of the city was drawn up.
In the dispute between the Pope and the Emperor, Imola was generally Ghibelline, although it often returned to the Pope.
In 1426 the city was re-annexed to the Papal State. Later it was conquered by various leaders, including the Visconti, from which various border fortresses derive. In 1434, 1428 and 1470 Imola was the domain of the Sforza lords of Milan. The city was brought back under the papal authority when it was granted as a dowry under Caterina Sforza, wife of Girolamo Riario.
Girolamo Riario was awarded dominion over the Principality of Forlì and Imola. This brought several advantages to the city, which was embellished with splendid palaces, many of which were designed by the famous Melozzo da Forlì, and places of art.
In 1494 a conflict broke out between the Duchy of Milan and the Kingdom of Naples. Caterina initially remained in a neutral position. She then she chose to support the King of Naples, but she was betrayed by the Neapolitans, who did not defend her at the first attack by the French. She then sided with the King of France, giving her army the green light to reach and conquer the kingdom of Naples.
Pope Alexander VI decided to directly resume the dominion of the papal territories in Romagna. For this purpose he hired Cesare Borgia, to whom he entrusted the leadership of an army. On 24 November 1499 Cesare Borgia arrived in Imola. To avoid looting, the gates of the city were opened by the inhabitants and he was able to take possession of them (25 November), after having conquered the fortress where the castellan resisted for several days.
In 1797 the French revolutionary forces installed a provisional government. After the Austrian parenthesis (1799), in 1800 Imola was annexed to the Cisalpine Republic. With the Restoration it returned under the Papal State, in the Legation of Ravenna. In 1859, following the plebiscites of annexation to the Kingdom of Sardinia, it was annexed to the Kingdom of Sardinia.
After the creation of the Kingdom of Italy the city, with the villages of the Santerno river valley, was removed from Ravenna to be annexed to the Province of Bologna, of which it still belongs today.
The Imola area has a vast and articulated range of typical businesses: industrial cooperation, social cooperation, small and medium-sized enterprises, tertiary sector.
The peculiarity of the Imola economic structure is the strong presence of industrial cooperatives.