CAMUGNANO | Bologna
CAMUGNANO Travel Guide
Camugnano is a town of 1,849 inhabitants in the province of Bologna. Its origins are ancient, even dating to the Bronze Age, as evidenced by the discovery of 14 axes and some votive statuettes found not far away, but there are also testimonies of the Etruscan presence, and especially of the Roman one, which probably started the first settlements; even the origins of his name are of Roman derivation: "Camonius" was in fact the name of a Roman family. In the Middle Ages the territory of Camugnano was at the border between the possessions of the city of Pistoia, those of Bologna and the Church, but fortunately at the end annexation to the city of Bologna was relatively peaceful, through diplomatic agreements, and the territory of the Camugnanese came under the control of the Captains of the Mountain, whose headquarter was in Vergato.
what to see and what to do - PARK OF THE LAKES OF SUVIANA AND BRASIMONE
EVENTS AND EXHIBITIONS
Useful Info and Contacts
Camugnano - Piazza Kennedy Rear parking area c / o Library Reading Room
Tel. +39 0534 46677
Open from 16/9 to 14/6 Thursday, Saturday and holidays from 8 to 13; from 15/6 to 15/9 also on Monday
Town Hall of CAMUGNANO
Piazza Kennedy, 1
Tel.: +39 0534 41 711
OTHER USEFUL ADDRESSES
Health Service : Hospital of PORRETTA TERME - Via Oreste Zagnoni, 5 · 0534 20711
where's Camugnano and how to get
by CAR: From the North from the A1 motorway the exit to reach Granaglione is that of Sasso Marconi from A1 and then continue on the SS64 Porrettana, direction Porretta / Pistoia then Strada Provinciale 64.then Provincial Road 324 towards Gaggio Montano then Provincial Roads 82 and 71 in the direction of Lizzano.
by TRAIN: Metropolitan Railway Service, with frequent frequency, from Bologna Centrale direction Prato, San Benedetto Val di Sambro Station, then local buses to Castiglion de Pepoli with change for Camugnano (BUS TPER)
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