Map Parma and Reggio Emilia Italy for Printing

Parma and Reggio Emilia are two historic cities in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, each with its own unique charm and cultural heritage.

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Here’s a detailed description of some of the historic places, buildings, streets, and squares in both cities:


  1. Parma Cathedral (Duomo di Parma): A magnificent Romanesque cathedral dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. The exterior is adorned with intricate carvings, and the interior houses important artworks, including the famous frescoes by Correggio.
  2. Baptistery of Parma (Battistero di Parma): Adjacent to the cathedral, this octagonal baptistery is a beautiful example of Romanesque architecture. It is adorned with stunning frescoes by Benedetto Antelami.
  3. Palazzo della Pilotta: A large complex that includes the Farnese Theatre, the National Gallery, and the Palatine Library. The Farnese Theatre is a remarkable wooden structure, and the National Gallery features an extensive collection of paintings from the Emilian school.
  4. Teatro Regio: A renowned opera house in Parma, known for its exceptional acoustics and grand architecture. It has a rich history of hosting operatic performances.
  5. Piazza Garibaldi: The main square in Parma, surrounded by historic buildings and cafés. It’s a central gathering place and a starting point for exploring the city.
  6. Strada della Repubblica: A charming street lined with shops, boutiques, and cafes, offering a pleasant stroll through the heart of Parma.

Reggio Emilia:

  1. Piazza Prampolini: The main square in Reggio Emilia, surrounded by important buildings such as the Town Hall and the Cathedral. The square is often used for events and gatherings.
  2. Basilica della Ghiara: A Baroque-style basilica known for its impressive facade and rich interior decorations. It houses works by prominent artists, including Guercino.
  3. Teatro Municipale Valli: An elegant theater with a neoclassical facade, hosting various performances, including opera and ballet.
  4. Palazzo Ducale: A historic palace that once served as the residence of the Dukes of Este. It features beautiful courtyards and is now home to the Civic Museums of Reggio Emilia.
  5. San Prospero Basilica: A Romanesque-style basilica dedicated to Saint Prospero, featuring a striking bell tower. The interior showcases important artworks and religious artifacts.
  6. Via Emilia: The ancient Roman road that traverses through Reggio Emilia, connecting it with other cities. Today, it is a lively street with shops, restaurants, and historical landmarks.

Both Parma and Reggio Emilia are cities with deep cultural roots, and exploring their historic sites provides a glimpse into the rich history and artistic heritage of the Emilia-Romagna region.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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