Romagna

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Ro·ma·gna

 (rō-män′yə, -mä′nyä)
A historical region of north-central Italy. It was the center of Byzantine influence in Italy and later came under papal rule. The region now forms part of Emilia-Romagna.

Romagna

(Italian roˈmaɲɲa)
n
(Placename) an area of N Italy: part of the Papal States up to 1860
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Carretera romana desde Ariminium (Rimini) a Placentia (Piacenza), pasando por Bononia (Bolona), en la Gallia Cisalpina.