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Maritime culture

Maritime culture

Antica Pescheria - The Old Fishers' Market

The old fishers's market is just in Cervia's historical centre.

Borgo Marina - The Fishermen's Neighbourhood

Inhabited settlement established around 1833 and located around the canal harbour in Cervia, to accommodate fishermen from various parts of the Upper Adriatic area.

Lancia Assunta

The first boat recognized as part of National Cultural Heritage.

Lighthouse

Built to replace an old lighthouse, now too far from the sea to function because of the changes in the coastline.

San Michele Tower

Saint Michael's Tower stands in Cervia's historical centre and dates back to 1691, before the founding of New Cervia, when it was built to defend the town from Turks and Saracens.

Statue of Our Lady of the sea

inauguration day, 23rd May 2009

The Canal Harbour

Built as a point for salt loading, the Cervia canal harbour today is one of the best equipped tourist ports along the Romagna Riviera.

The statue Thalàtta

The statue called Thalàtta, The Sea Woman, is outside St Michael's Tower, on its south side

Via Nazario Sauro

This street is the fulcrum of the Fishermen's Neighbourhood, in fact it links the historical centre to the harbour.

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