Morfasso is a comune in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 130 kilometres west of Bologna and about 35 kilometres south of Piacenza. As of 31 December 2011, it had a population of 1,090 and an area of 83.6 square kilometres. The municipality of Morfasso contains the frazioni Rusteghini, Casali, Pedina, San Michele and Teruzzi. Morfasso borders the following municipalities: Bardi, Bore, Gropparello, Lugagnano Val d'Arda, Vernasca. Www.comune.morfasso.pc.it/ www.socris.it/
Castel San Giovanni
Castel San Giovanni is a town and comune in the province of Piacenza, Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The origins of the town are related to an ancient pieve called Olubra and a fortress called Castellus Milonus, which preceded the construction of a new castle by Alberto Scoto in 1290. After a period under the Dal Verme family of lords-condottieri, it became part of the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza in 1485; the Collegiata, with Baroque portals and a 1496 crucifix by Giacomo del Maino and his son Giovanni Angelo. Church of San Giovanni Battista Villa Braghieri-Albesani, with several frescoed rooms. Agostino Casaroli, Catholic cardinal Pippo Santonastaso, Italian actor Slunj, Croatia
Caorso is a comune in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 130 kilometres northwest of Bologna and about 13 kilometres east of Piacenza. Caorso borders the following municipalities: Caselle Landi, Castelnuovo Bocca d'Adda, Monticelli d'Ongina, Pontenure, San Pietro in Cerro. Caorso has a railway station on the Piacenza–Cremona line. Official website
Province of Piacenza
The province of Piacenza is a province in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Its provincial capital is the city Piacenza; as of 2016, it has a total population of 286,572 inhabitants over an area of 2,585.86 square kilometres, giving it a population density of 111.38 inhabitants per square kilometre. The city Piacenza has a population of 102,269, as of 2015; the provincial president is Patrizia Barbieri and it contains 48 comuni. The province dates back to its founding by the Romans in 218 BCE. Piacenza was founded by the Romans for military purposes in 218 BCE, it was conquered by Carthaginian Hasdrubal II in 207 BCE and the city was sacked in 200 BCE by the Gauls. A key city in the region, it was destroyed by barbarians but the town was rebuilt under the rule of bishops in the 10th century. By the 12th century, the city was a free comune and it fought against Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor as part of the Lombard League. In the Renaissance period it passed from French, to papal, to Sforzas rule.
Pope Paul III formed the Duchy of Parma and Piacenza and Piacenza became part of this duchy. It voted for a union between it and Piedmont in May 1848. In October 2012, it was confirmed that the Province of Piacenza would be merged with the Province of Parma in 2014 to become the Province of Piacenza and Parma, despite controversy over the chosen name. However, after the dismissal of premier Mario Monti, the provincial union was cancelled; the province of Piacenza is the westernmost of the nine provinces in the region of Emilia-Romagna in northwestern Italy. It is bounded on the east by the Province of Parma, to the north by the Province of Cremona, the Province of Lodi, the Province of Pavia in the region of Lombardy; the Province of Alessandria lies to the west in the region of Piedmont, to the south lies the Province of Genoa in the region of Liguria. The northernmost part of the province is flat but the southernmost two thirds is hilly and extends to the Ligurian Apennine Mountains; the alluvial Po Plain is agricultural land and there are many vineyards growing grapes from which the eighteen wines of the region are made.
There is some light industry in the mechanical sector, some of this is linked to the agriculture sector. Media related to Province of Piacenza at Wikimedia Commons Official website Provincia di Piacenza homepage Piacenzainternet.it - Portale di Piacenza
Cadeo is a town and comune in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 130 kilometres northwest of Bologna and about 14 kilometres southeast of Piacenza. It has about 5,600 inhabitants; the name is derived from Italian, meaning "House of God." This refers to a time. The photo of the church accompanying this article is on the Via Emilia in Roveleto. Cadeo borders the following municipalities: Carpaneto Piacentino, Fiorenzuola d'Arda, Pontenure; the Municipal Building for Cadeo is located in Roveleto, to the south-east on the Via Emilia. Roveleto is the site of the closest railroad station to Cadeo. Cadeo is twinned with: Marsaxlokk, Malta www.provincia.piacenza.it/Comuni/htm/cadeo.htm
Coli is a comune in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region Emilia-Romagna, located about 160 kilometres west of Bologna and about 40 kilometres southwest of Piacenza. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,030 and an area of 72.2 square kilometres. The municipality of Coli contains the frazione Aglio. Coli borders the following municipalities: Bettola, Corte Brugnatella, Ferriere, Travo
Carpaneto Piacentino is a comune in the Province of Piacenza in the Italian region of Emilia-Romagna, located about 130 kilometres northwest of Bologna and about 15 kilometres southeast of Piacenza. Sights include the Badagnano Castle and the Olmeto Castle, both located in the frazione of Badagnano. Carpaneto Piacentino borders the following municipalities: Cadeo, Castell'Arquato, Fiorenzuola d'Arda, Lugagnano Val d'Arda, San Giorgio Piacentino