Reggio Emilia is an affluent city in northern Italy, in the Emilia-Romagna region. It has about 170,000 inhabitants and is the main comune (municipality) of the Province of Reggio Emilia. The town is also referred to by its more official name of Reggio nell Emilia About this sound listen . The inhabitants of Reggio nell Emilia usually call their town by the simple name of Reggio. In some ancient maps the town is also named Reggio di Lombardia.
- The Baroque Basilica della Ghiara (1597)
- The Cathedral (9th-12th century). It was reconstructed in the second half of the 16th century.
- Baptistery of Saint John the Baptist.
- The church of St. Augustine.
- The small Baroque Christ's Oratory.
- The church of St. Francis.
- The church of St. George.
- The church of San Giovannino (dedicated to Saint John the Evangelist) (c. 1200).
- The church of St. Peter, designed by Giulio della Torre and built in 1625-1629.
- The Baroque church of St. Philip.
- The church of St. Stephen, cited in the 11th century.
Palaces and other Buildings
- Bishop's Palace.
- Palazzo Ancini.
- Palazzo Busetti.
- Palazzo del Capitano del Popolo.
- Palazzo Cassoli.
- Palazzo Cassoli - Tirelli.
- Palazzo Comunale.
- Palazzo Corbelli.
- Palazzo Ducale (18th century).
- Palazzo Magnani.
- Palazzo Masdoni.
- Palazzo Rangone.
- Palazzo Sacrati-Terrachini.
- Palazzo Scaruffi.
- Palazzo Tirelli.
- Palazzo Torello Malaspina.
- The Neo-Classical Teatro Municipale.