Ferrara is a city in the region of Emilia-Romagna in northeastern Italy, located on the Po di Volano River about 31 miles northeast of Bologna
It was first mentioned in history in 753 AD.
Today, Ferrara is known for its medieval city walls, history, architecture, prevalent biking culture due to narrow medieval streets, and beauty.
People Born in Ferrara
Ferrara in People's Lives
John Calvin: I traveled here in 1536, and briefly served as a secretary to Princess Renee of France. I was in this city for three months before briefly returning to Paris.