Faenza is an Italian town of about 60,000 inhabitants of the province of Ravenna in Emilia-Romagna.
Located on the Via Emilia between Imola and Forlì, just west of the center of Romagna and at the foot of the first Subapennine hills, it is surrounded by an agricultural region including vineyards in the hills, and cultivated land with traces of the ancient Roman land-division system, and fertile market gardens in the plains.

This ongoing serie is about the landscape in which I grew up and the stormy relationship I always had with my hometown – a love/hate affair.
Streets, places, hidden spots and forgotten treasures which I visit whenever I’m in town, every time with a different feeling and a new perspective.

Faenza is an Italian town of about 60,000 inhabitants of the province of Ravenna in Emilia-Romagna.
Located on the Via Emilia between Imola and Forlì, just west of the center of Romagna and at the foot of the first Subapennine hills, it is surrounded by an agricultural region including vineyards in the hills, and cultivated land with traces of the ancient Roman land-division system, and fertile market gardens in the plains.

This ongoing serie is about the landscape in which I grew up and the stormy relationship I always had with my hometown – a love/hate affair.
Streets, places, hidden spots and forgotten treasures which I visit whenever I’m in town, every time with a different feeling and a new perspective.

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