Emilia-Romagna is an officially recognized region of north central Italy. Its shape roughly resembles a triangle, with the base alongside the Adriatic Sea and pointed northwest. The capital of the region is Bologna, Italy's seventh largest city and home of the world's oldest university. Roughly a quarter of the region lies in the Appenine Mountains, while most of the remainder is on a plain which runs down to the Adriatic. It features stunningly beautiful mountains and hilltop fortresses, beautiful seaside towns, iconic churches, and cities like Bologna and Ferrara, the latter being the home of most of the country's luxury car manufacturers. Here are the best drone videos of this region, which took the #1 spot on the Lonely Planet's 2018 rankings of the best European destinations. Please note that for collection purposes we are including the micro state of San Marino in the ER region. Aerial photo: “Monte Delle Formiche” by AirVuz contributor and drone pilot enricocif.
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