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IS Parma ok after the earthquake

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IS Parma ok after the earthquake

I will be in Parma next week, I was wondering about the condition of the city after yesterday's earthquake.

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1. Re: IS Parma ok after the earthquake

Hi,

Parma hasn't been affected by the today's tremors (three important ones in few hours). In Modena and Bologna there are only few very small damages. The heritage in Ferrara ha been a little more affected (some damages to the castle's towers, for example). Mantua too has been affected and some rooms in the castle are damaged.

bye

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2. Re: IS Parma ok after the earthquake

Parma certainly felt very strong tremors, but Parma was spared damage!

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3. Re: IS Parma ok after the earthquake

Thank you very much. Also I imagine the trains from Venice to Bologna/Parma are functioning?

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It's OK now...

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